- 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
Mohamed Al-Sawy announced the party's establishment in April 2011. The founders’ undersecretary is Hatem ‘Azzam.
The party’s website is www.alhadaraparty.org
General political and economic orientation
The party seeks to establish a semi-presidential republic in which the Islamic Sharia is the main source of legislation. Christian Egyptians would have the right to apply the regulations of their own religious law in personal matters.
The party calls for the application of investment-attracting free market economics and the creation of free competition. The party sees the role of the state as an organiser, legislator, and motivator. Additionally, the state should set a minimum and maximum wage.
Quotes from the party manifesto
"Running for president should be the right of every citizen; there is no difference between Muslims and Christians, men or women."
"There can be no combining of a parliamentary membership and any other executive work in the state. The police force is a civil apparatus that should serve and guard the public, apply the laws and regulations of the judiciary, support decentralisation, increase the authority of governorate and local jurisdictions, and have its own financial resources."
"Independence of religious institutions from the state, and the use of elections as a means to selecting their leaders."
"Regulated rapid transformation from a yield economy to a productive economy; allowing free competition and expanding the participation base. The state is to act as an organiser, legislator, and motivator, as well as provide infrastructure."
About the party
Party members include
Mohamed Al-Sawy, an engineer and the board chair of the Sawy Culture Wheel; Amr Helmy, a designer; Hatem Khater, a rights activist; Amr Othman, a human development expert; and Mamdouh Qotb, a general; Hatem ‘Azzam, party undersecretary.