May 12 2012
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Muslim Brotherhood wants new government before IMF loan
El-Shater also said in remarks at a meeting with members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt that the Muslim Brotherhood agrees in principle with the loan as long as there is no other option to save the economy, but believes the deal should not be finalised by an interim government. "The loan should be postponed until a new government is formed because the new government might not find the terms of the deal suitable," he stated. "The government that signs the deal of the loan should be responsible for repaying it," he added.
El-Shater pointed out that the Brotherhood respects all agreements that Egypt is signatory to as long as the other parties are committed to the terms of these agreements.
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