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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Keys to follow Egyptian reality

The Arab country's new authorities have launched a tough campaign against Islamist forces, who beat in all popular referendum and parliamentary and presidential elections held in the last two years. From the night of July 3, when the coup was announced, there have been arrests of its leaders, closed TV channels or police repression of its manifestations.

Suppression and heavy-handed threat

On behalf of the alleged fight against terrorism, the Government is implementing a 'zero tolerance'. Yesterday, Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim reassured that police will act with "decision and strength" after the command to fight "terrorism and violence" given on Friday in Tahrir population , following a request for demonstrations launched by the commander in chief of the armed forces Abdelfatah to SisiThe police apparatus threatens to dismantle Islamist camps, causing more bloodshed. "They have become the tactics used during the dictatorship of Mubarak 's coverage of the military now, "said Khalil al Anani to ELMUNDO.es, Egyptian political scientist and expert on the Brotherhood.

Emergency law on the horizon

Yesterday also interim president Adli Mansur took a step on the way to the return of the Emergency Law that some military sources quoted by local media have been considered likely. The 'rais' issued a decree delegated Prime Minister Hashem Beblaui, the prerogative to order military police arresting civilians. The measure could take effect only under the Emergency Law, the rule since 1981 and until May 2012 allowed prolonged detention without charges and undermined civil liberties.

Prosecution

Since the military coup, the courts have applied in the reckoning.Part of the leadership of the Brotherhood have been arrested and the rest of its leaders remain refugees in the camp Islamist mosque at Adauiya Rabea with a string of warrants. The symbol of this persecution is the former president Mohamed Mursi, missing.Military sources say that the deposed president is in a Department of Defense facility.
In the last three weeks, Mursi has been subjected to daily interrogations by military intelligence for new charges. The civil justice last Friday ordered remand against him for his alleged escape from prison in the first days of the revolt against Mubarak.For now, is accused of conspiring with Hamas; perpetrating "hostile actions against the country", murder and kidnapping policemen and prisoners and engineering the assault of Wadi Natrum prison. But facing new causes.

Exclusion Policy

The interim government, appointed a few weeks ago, does not include a single representative of the Islamist current. Even the Salafists (sticklers) of Al Nur, who supported the coup, agreed to participate in a cabinet that must guide the country until the holding of a constitutional referendum and parliamentary and presidential elections. In principle, the transition should be completed in early next year. The Muslim Brotherhood has refused to enter into a dialogue with authorities as "usurpers". Nearly a month after the coup, the determination has not changed one iota.

Media blackout and disinformation

The state media and private have enthusiastically embraced the generals. since the coup, have multiplied the emission of patriotic songs and speeches relaying military leader. The order is to glorify the military. The signs of major brands insist on "fighting terrorism" and images of mass protests Islamists have been vetoed. The Muslim Brotherhood, a few weeks in office, have become dangerous terrorists can be treated only by dint of brute force. Islamist television channels were closed minutes after the announcement of the coup. Internet is now his refuge.

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