حزب العدالة والبناء حزب سياسي ليبي، يصف نفسه بأنه "ذو مرجعية اسلامية"، يعتبر الذراع السياسية لجماعة الإخوان المسلمين - فرع ليبيا.
القادة محمد حسن صوان (رئيس) مروان ابوبيضه نائب الرئيس
الأيديولوجيا إسلام سياسي
The Justice and Construction Party or Justice and Development Party (Arabic: حزب العدالة والبناء, Hizb Al-Adala Wal-Bina) is the Muslim Brotherhood's political party in Libya. It was officially founded on 3 March 2012 in Tripoli. The party advocates Islamism.
Leader: Mohamed Sowan
Spokesperson: Mohamed Gaair
Founded: 3 March 2012
Ideology: Islamism, ...
أعلن حزب العدالة والبناء في ليبيا عن رفضه لعمليات التفجير التي شهدتها منطقة حي الزهور بطرابلس واغتيال أحد ضباط الجيش الوطني بمدينة درنة يوم أمس الثلاثاء وكذلك رفض كل عمليات الاغتيال وتفخيخ السيارات والقتل خارج إطار القانون التي تحصل في البلاد طوال الفترة الماضية.
وفي بيان أصدره تلقت المنارة نسخة منه طالب الحزب الحكومة ...
amalia - في استطلاع الراي Justice and Construction Party
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