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Monday, November 26, 2012

Morsi says the decree that shields before the law is temporary and calls for dialogue

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi insisted on Sunday that his constitutional declaration is temporary and does not mean to powers , while he appealed to the various political forces toachieve consensus on the Constitution. In a statement, the Egyptian Presidency defended the decree, which shields all Morsi decisions to justice, stressing that seeks to "meet the aspirations of the Egyptian people and protect the way of a successful democratic transition " "The Presidency reiterates the temporary nature of these measures, which are not intended to concentrated power , but to prevent any undermining of democratically elected two bodies (the upper house of Parliament and the Constituent Assembly) and preserve the impartiality of the judiciary, "says text. Also emphasizes its commitment that all political forces carried out a democratic dialogue to "reach a national consensus on the constitution , which is the cornerstone of modern institutions of Egypt. "

Protests of citizens

Since last Thursday decided Morsi shield their full executive and legislative powers by ordering that all decisions are final and without appeal in court until the entry into force of a new constitution, have not stopped protests arise in which nearly 300 people injuredThe then president also declared indissoluble Islamist current upper house of parliament and the Constituent Assembly, ordered to repeat the trials of those involved in the killing of protesters during the last revolution and replaced the then Attorney General, Abdelmeguid Mahmud, who had held that position since the former regime of Hosni MubarakThese decisions have widened the gap between his supporters and detractors in Cairo's Tahrir Square, near which continued sporadic clashes Sunday between police and protesters.

Tents in Tahrir

Meanwhile, the former epicenter of the Egyptian revolution last year continued this Sunday floodeddozens of tents with which opponents seek to pressure the president to rectify. At the entrance to one of those stores, Karim Matar, a member of the liberal Al Wafd party history, said he will stay there "until Morsi return to the path of democracy . " Kill considered the Islamist "has not acted out of love for Egypt, and that continues to run a dictatorship as it was before that of the military."

For and against Morsi

The center of the capital Sunday was buzzing with people discussing their various positions in dances and wandered among banners youth movement, and other liberal parties anonymous calling "the resignation of the government." The young university Raduas Ismail, who confessed to be there out of curiosity, said that " the 'rais' is trying to improve the country , but many do not want to do anything and it will not last long." Other samples of Morsi support have also been organized in recent days by the Muslim Brotherhood and the Freedom and Justice Party, which the Islamist belonged before becoming president, while the fragmented opposition has chosen to join forces and meet the government. the Nobel Peace Prize Mohamed ElBaradei said Sunday in an interview with the German magazine  Der Spiegel and other media currently no danger of a civil war in Egypt. "Even the pharaohs had as much power as him," said ElBaradei, also critical of the current Constituent Assembly Islamist forces dominate and that, under the new constitutional declaration issued, can not be dissolved by any court despite appeals pending in this regard. Mursi, who had previously tried to dismiss the country's chief prosecutor, Mahmoud Abelmeguid finally did last Thursday naming in place for four years and the judge Talaat Ibrahim, whose appointment becomes dependent on the Presidency , not judges. "We need as a new constitution and changes in the judiciary. Morsi is doing well , "said the lawyer Omar Osman in Tahrir. The judiciary has also reacted to the controversial split decision after a series of Mursi previous disagreements. If this Saturday the Judges' Club, the leading association of judges in the country, declaring an indefinite strike and threatened to expel those who do not seconded, the Minority Movement of Judges for Egypt-linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, announced its support instead President. For its part, the General Assembly of the Union of Journalists of Egypt supported this Sunday second a strike at a date no concrete and withdraw from the Constituent Assembly. Even the political and judicial earthquake has moved to finance in the form of uncertainty , as the Egyptian Stock Exchange suspended trading on Sunday their half hour with heavy losses.

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