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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Mursi castling and Egyptians defy their 'decretazo' with protests in Tahrir


The meeting between Mohamed Mursi and judges concluded last night with no progress. The obstinacy of the Egyptian president to maintain a' decretazo' which puts its resolutions and the Constituent Assembly over law encourages Tuesday marches that go to the central Cairo's Tahrir Square, the former heart of the riots that toppled Hosni Mubarak. Late yesterday, presidential spokesman Yasser Ali said that while maintaining the constitutional declaration Mursi and ruled out any modification , limited their immunity from prosecution to the "sovereign affairs", a very vague term which, according to some experts, would exclude the Constituent Assembly and the Shura Council (Upper House).Both bodies could not be dissolved by a court currently examining its legality. However, members of the Supreme Judicial Council who spoke yesterday with Mursi stressed that the crisis is not over the refusal to back down from the Presidency. Thus, the deputy chief judge and the Court of Cassation Abdelrramán Ahmed said the independent Egyptian daily 'Al Masri to Yum' the 'impasse has not been resolved. The November 4th Administrative Court will consider the legality of the declaration Mursi constitutional.

Declaration 'fascist'

Meanwhile, the liberal and leftist opposition insists that the protests will not cease until Mursi backtrack and remove a statement "fascist" that becomes a "new king". One of its leaders, former presidential candidate Nasserist Hamdi Sabah i, insists that the demonstrations in Tahrir continue until "the statement be thrown down." "Egypt will not accept a new dictator, toppled because before," said Sabahi, which came third in the presidential elections of May. In Tahrir, the rebellious liturgy began at noon when tens of thousands of souls called for 'a manifestation of a million' by opponents, were reaching the perimeter revolutionary . Participating in the protest on Nobel Peace Prize Mohamed ElBaradei and former Liberal MP Amr Hamzawi , among other critics of Mursi. Among their requests, in addition to the withdrawal of the decree include the remodeling of a constituent assembly dominated by Islamists to make it more representative. The cry has also been extended to the south and north of the country, shouting "Down with the regime Brotherhood Guide" (guild leader) or'Take the beard [a Mursi] and find under Mubarak Face " and slogans of the revolution as "bread, freedom and social justice" or "Go, go." Last night, the Salafists (Muslim sticklers) and the Muslim Brotherhood, the powerful Islamist organization belonging to the Egyptian president canceled a march in support of 'rais' in Cairo to avoid "bloodshed", but according to his spokesman Mahmoud Ghuzlan, the call remains in the rest of the country. On Sunday a teenager Brotherhood member died in a crash in the northern city of Damanhur.

'Robo' of democracy

In the capital, lawyers and journalists have joined the marches that start from different neighborhoods with zero kilometer towards the uprising in February 2011 forced the departure of Mubarak. "Freedom is only achieved after fighting for it. The martyrs of the revolution gave their lives so that we are stealing Mursi democracy , "he told Afifi ELMUNDO.es Islam, the first journalist was tried in the Mursi and ex editor of the independent daily Al Dustur. Meanwhile, clashes between several hundred protesters and security forces remain installed in the Plaza Simon Bolivar , on the outskirts of Tahrir. Hundreds of people have been injured since the unrest began on 19 November, coinciding with the first anniversary of clashes that left 45 dead. According to the state news agency Mena, 218 policemen have been injured. The Health Ministry, meanwhile, said yesterday that the protests have left Mursi statement and 440 injured and one died.

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