- The Virtue Party (Al-Fadyla)
- The New Tomorrow (Al Ghad al Gadeed) Party
- Civilisation (Al-Hadara) Party
- The Dignity Party (Al-Karama)
- Egyptian Citizen Party (Al-Moaten Al-Misri)
- The Safety and Development Party (Al-Salama Wal Tanmeya)
- The Current Egyptian Party (Al-Tayar Al-Masry)
- You Are Egyptian (Ant Masry) Party
- Arab Unification (Al Tawheed el Araby) Party
- The Authenticity Party (Al-Assala Party)
- The Building and Development Party (Al-Benaa Wal Tanmeya)
- Democratic Front (Gabha Democratiyya) Party
- Democratic Labour (Al Omal Democrati) Party
- Egyptian Communist (Sheewaai) Party
- Egyptian Social Democratic (Misry Democrati Egtimaee) Party
- Free Egypt (Misr Al-Hurra) Party
- The Free Egyptians (Al Masreyeen Al Ahrar) Party
- Freedom and Justice (Hurreyah we Adala) Party
- Freedom Egypt (Masr al Hurreya) Party
- Justice Party (Al Adl) Party
- Egyptian Knana (Quiver) Party
- The New Delegation (Al Wafd Al Gadeeed) Party
- The Modern Egypt Party. (Misr El Hadytha)
- The New Middle (Al Wasat Al Gadeed) Party
- Reform and Renaissance (Eslah we Nahda) Party
- Revolution Egypt (Masr el Thawra) Party
- The Socialist Popular Alliance (Al-Tehalaf al Shaabi al Eshtraky) Party
- The Arab Democratic Nasserist Party (Al Arabi Al Nasseri)
- The Arab Party for Justice and Equality (El Hezb el Araby lil Adel wel Mosawa)
- The National Progressive Unionist (Tagammo’ El Shaab El Eshtraky) Party
- Reform and Development (Al Eslah we Tanmeyya) -Masrena (Our Egypt) Party
This liberal party announced its establishment on 16 August 2011. The founders' undersecretary is Dr. Ayman Nour, a presidential candidate.
The party’s website is also Nour’s own, www.aymannour.net.
General political and economic orientation
The party calls for the establishment of a civil state, through which the people rule themselves via direct elections. This state would adopt decentralisation as a means of governing the provinces and adopt the complete separation of the three powers: legislative, executive, and judiciary.
The party calls for a “free social and economic system” which liberates the economy from state limitations while also allowing the government to intervene to ensure social justice, as long as the interventions are subject to market mechanisms.
Quotes from the party manifesto
“We call for the cancellation of the Ministry of Justice and the transferral of its jurisdictions to the Supreme Judicial Council.”
“The party believes in reviewing fields that are subject to market regulations and commercial standards but are especially sensitive to social factors. Reviewing these fields will allow the state to partially withdraw in a way that does not have a harmful effect on the social level.”
About the party
The Al-Ghad Al-Gadeed is an extension of the old Al-Ghad Party, which Nour and a group of activists—most prominent among them Moussa Mostafa and the businessman Walid Riyad—established on 27 October 2004.
Nour ran for president in the 2005 elections as a candidate of the old party; he came in second. In the same year, the party was divided into two: one part was headed by Ayman Nour and the other by Moussa Mostafa.
Nour was sent to prison in 2006 for allegedly forging membership applications for the Al Ghad Party. He was released under a health pardon in February 2009.
Nour filed a lawsuit to conclude the dispute between him and Mostafa over the old Al Ghad Party.