Egyptian Opposition Parties Infiltrated by Regime
Opposition leader of the liberal Ghad Party Ayman Nour's wife, Gamila Ismail, who also works as the party's spokeswoman accused: “Mubarak's ruling National Democratic Party and the security forces of inciting troubles inside the party. "
On Saturday, several Al-Ghad figures - including the deputy leader and the secretary general - filed a claim to the government's Parties Commission, that they were the party's true leaders. The commission, which regulates all political parties, has the power to freeze Al-Ghad because of the dispute. It has not said when it will rule over the dispute.
The rebellious Al-Ghad members had also asked a court to prevent Nour from holding the party convention, alleging that he was already removed from Al-Ghad leadership and has no authority inside it.