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Syria says rules 'have failed'

China Daily | Updated: 2013-07-02 08:07

Syria's Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi on Monday unleashed a barrage of criticism against the rules of the Muslim Brotherhood in the region, namely in Turkey and Egypt, saying such rules have failed to lead their countries, according to the state-run SANA News Agency.

"It has become clear that the ability of the Muslim Brotherhood, as a political organization, to present a model of administration, has failed for good," al-Zoubi said during a ceremony to mark the 50th anniversary of the state-run al-Thawra newspaper in Damascus.

Hitting at Egypt's Brotherhood leadership, al-Zoubi contended that the rule of Mohammad Morsi "has been able over a year to distort the reputation of Egypt in terms of its notion, and its institutional experience".

"The Brotherhood has presented the worst model of state leadership," he said.

Last month, Morsi declared the cutting off of diplomatic relations with Damascus and urged holy jihad in Syria.


(China Daily 07/02/2013 page11)

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