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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Mubarak between life and death, Egypt awaits the results


The Egyptian crosses another period of turmoil so that Hosni Mubarak apparently struggle against death and that people will wait anxiously to the official announcement of the result of the presidential election an Islamist opposition to a former general. The electoral commission said on Wednesday it was not safe to announce Thursday, as expected, the winner. The two candidates, the Muslim Brother Mohamed Morsi and the last Prime Minister of "rai" fallen, Ahmed Shafik, have each claimed victory. "We can not say exactly when we will announce the results of the election because we are to hear the representatives (of candidates)," said Hatem Bagato, general secretary of the electoral commission. "The committee will then meet to decide whether the appeals are accepted or not. Then we will set the time of the announcement of final result", he added. According to Salama Omar, member of the secretariat of the Electoral Commission, Mohamed Morsi has filed over 150 complaints against his rival Ahmed Shafik. The latter would have filed 221, according to the website of the daily Al Ahram. No figures have been officially announced but the representatives of candidates at each polling station were able to make accounts. U.S. group to oversee the elections said Tuesday they can not say if the Egyptian presidential took place in a free and fair due to lack of sufficient access to polling stations. Various military officials have also announced during the night qu'Hosni Mubarak, 84, was unconscious and on life support, but is not "clinically dead" as announced Tuesday evening the official MENA news agency.
DOUBLE UNCERTAINTY
It was still not certain, Wednesday afternoon, he was at one time in a state of clinical death, defined by an absence of heart activity and breathing. Health of "rai" Fallen, which was transferred to Tora prison to a military hospital, the subject of much speculation since his conviction on June 2 to life imprisonment. And the name of his successor is still not known sixteen months after his fall from power. After the second round of the presidential election, Saturday and Sunday, the Muslim Brotherhood claimed victory for their candidate, Mohamed Morsi. His opponent, Ahmed Shafik, the last Prime Minister Hosni Mubarak, has challenged the ad, claiming himself in mind. Regardless of the winner, his presidential powers have been greatly reduced by a decree of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (AFSC) to power, after ordering the dissolution of Parliament, dominated by Islamists. The headlines Thursday reflect the dual uncertainty on the health of Hosni Mubarak and the name of the future president. "Contradictory information about the death of Mubarak after a stroke" and "The 48 hours the most crucial in the history of Egypt" are linked to "an" Al Ahram, which is particularly referring to the examination by the electoral commission of fraud charges coming from both sides.
Difficult to identify
"Mubarak in a coma between life and death", chose as its headline Al Akhbar, whose "one" also states: "The future president in the realm of the unknown". The private TV station Al Hayat released a video of the transfer of Hosni Mubarak, on which we could see a patient - not easily identifiable - lying on a stretcher and taken off an ambulance. About ten people gathered in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday around the hospital had been transferred the former president. Along with onlookers having learned the arrival of a famous patient, supporters came to show their support. "Mubarak is dead for his people was sentenced to prison," said Yamani Loola, 50. "His people treated him unfairly and did not respect his rights." The direction of Tora had so far refused the transfer of Hosni Mubarak, despite the urgings of his lawyers, who argued he was not receiving an appropriate medication for his condition. No independent medical examination has so far helped to pinpoint the ills afflicting the old "rai". State media report a series of conditions ranging from shortness of breath to heart attacks. While some Egyptians suspect the military disguise reality in order to offer an end to Hosni Mubarak lives more comfortable, the fate of former president now seems overshadowed by the new identity. "The news about Mubarak's health are more than speculation," said Maher Eid Hemdan, a retiree of 59 years. "There should be based on reality. We can not continue to follow the rumors."

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