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Muslim Brotherhood: No negotiations before the return of the elected president

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has denied reports that the group's Supreme Guide, Dr. Mohamed Badie, has offered to pull all protesters off the streets in return for the release Dr. Mohamed Morsi.

The Organisation's media spokesman, Yasser Mehrez, said that the National Alliance for supporting the legitimacy of President Mohamed Morsi will not accept any negotiations before the withdrawal of the statement issued by Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, and the return of President Morsi to his rightful position.

He explained that the coalition, which the Muslim Brotherhood is central part of, is committed to its position on the need to correct the course that has been taken and to return the political map to the right track in order to preserve legitimacy, democracy and the gains of the glorious revolution of January 25.

On Sunday, Mehrez called on the Egyptian people to go down into all squares of the provinces, including Rabaa Al-Adaweya, Al-Nahda and the Republican Guard areas, to demand the return of the elected president to office and the re-institution of the constitution which the people voted for.

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