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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood in a good position


The second round of presidential elections should oppose the Islamist Mohammed Morsi to former General Ahmed Shafiq. The Muslim Brotherhood definitely leave nothing to chance. Thursday evening, two hours after the close of the first round of the presidential election, supporters of Mohammed Morsi convened the press in the elegant villa that serves as their headquarters in the heart of Cairo, to announce the 'net advance "of their champion. Only 236 of 13,000 polling stations were then stripped but the key was not there. For the Brotherhood, it was mostly strike the mind with the prospect of a second round at the end still uncertain, 16 and 17 July and prevent fraud attempts. Sixteen months after the fall of Hosni Mubarak , the operation of real-time communication certainly demonstrates that the Muslim Brotherhood, strength from 600,000 to one million members are estimated to have no parallel to patrol the country. Unlike other candidates, it seems that Mohammed Morsi has succeeded in deploying delegates in almost all polling stations. Yet, in advance of the candidate of the Brotherhood on Friday afternoon seemed surprisingly thin. According to estimates released by the Muslim Brotherhood, he would have met 25% of the votes, just ahead of the former General of the Air Force Ahmed Shafiq. The candidate "Nasser" Hamdine Sabahi happen in third place after an unexpected breakthrough. The Islamist "liberal" Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh and former Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa, given for favorite throughout the campaign, seem, however, significantly behind. "Today is a great day," wanted to celebrate Thursday night Essam el-Erian, vice president of the Brotherhood, once the initial trends were released."These are elections of the truth that will pave the way for social justice and freedom for all Egyptians. Muslims and Christians, young and old, men and women: we are fighting for 80 years for all inhabitants of this country might live free. "Pounding their victory no doubt, although their electoral weight seems in decline since the November parliamentary, officials have said the Brotherhood, for the international press: "We want to build democracy and all investors should be aware that we will ensure a stable environment."


Revolutionaries disappointed

If the race ahead of Mohammed Morsi was expected, the correct score of Ahmed Shafiq, who was ephemeral Prime Minister Hosni Mubarak during the revolution and who embodies the old regime in the eyes of many Egyptians, was received as a blow by the young revolutionaries. "I do not believe it, murmuring Nureldine Mahmoud, who was a student of all events in Tahrir Square. We now choose the candidate of the Brothers, who want to confiscate all the powers, and that of the army that knows anything about politics. "The famous blogger Issandr el-Amrani for his part evokes a" nightmare scenario " and predicted a return of agitation. "Obviously, Shafiq is unacceptable by the revolutionaries, worried recently the editor of the magazine Al-Musawar, Hamdy Rizk. His election, because it gommerait everything that has happened since January 25, 2011, would be perceived by the population as a declaration of war. "For now, youth organizations, activists have not formally responded dissemination of partial results. These days, the Supreme Council of the armed forces, however, warned against any temptation to challenge the results. In a thinly veiled threat, the military pledged to protect by any means "institutional legitimacy" after the vote.

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