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Friday, August 23, 2013

Free Mubarak l Former Egyptian President Mubarak leaves prison and enters the hospital

Hosni Mubarak the 85 year old man who ruled Egypt for three decades , passed Thursday night his first arrest in the military hospital of Cairo's Maadi district. A medical helicopter transported him in the evening at the clinic from Tora Prison where he had been confined since last year. Earlier, the attorney general had ordered his release after the expiry of the maximum period of detention for all court cases are pending dictator. General enjoys among physicians from their first hours away from the slammer. Two and half years after the riots that precipitated its decline, the most populous country in the Arab world through a bloody and bizarre metamorphosis: the coup of July 3 has converted to the Muslim Brotherhood, which won all elections since Mubarak's resignation on "terrorists" decimated by the raids, police repression, political exclusion and intense government propaganda. In a turnabout, Mubarak is now out of a crowded prison-instead-of bigwigs Islamists. To mitigate the possible popular anger, the authorities reined parole ordered by a criminal court. As military deputy, Prime Minister Hazem the Beblaui issued a decree that makes Mubarak under house arrestThe measure required by the youth movement 'Tamarrud' that galvanized protests against Mohamed Mursi, take "under the state of emergency" that prevails in the country since the brutal eviction of camping Islamists which claimed over 600 lives. Face of general indifference Mubarak's minions have celebrated the end of his prison ordeal congregating around Tora Prison. The leader has chosen to return to Maadi military hospital which already happened long stays since his overthrow . The last time was in December. A fall in the bathtub returned to the clinic where he lived his last days the Shah of Persia. But in April returned to the prison infirmary. His new situation keeps some drawbacks:There is no prohibition to leave the country or the blocking of his bank accountsFurthermore, their release does not waive sit on the bench. The former president to appear at the hearings of the judicial process that is open for corruption and killing of protestersIndeed its first meeting will take place next Sunday in the resumption of the trial that is your responsibility to settle the premeditated murder of protesters during the 18 days of unrest that forced his resignation.The process is the most far-reaching indictment to which Mubarak faces. It earned him a life sentence, overturned in January by procedural errors. The pharaoh who subdued the land of the pharaohs target changes in the most tragic week recent Egyptian history . The violence has left at least a thousand deaths, mostly supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi, and police have launched a campaign of arrests against Islamist leaders who has headed the core of the Brotherhood. Its leader, the organization's supreme guide Mohamed Badia, was 'caught' on Tuesday in an apartment in the capitalIn response to the crackdown, the alliance that brings together the hosts of Mursi has called new protests Friday , triggering fears of bloodshed. The Islamist coalition has called his people to join the march will depart from the mosques of Cairo and the adjacent Giza after the noon prayer dubbed "Friday of martyrs'. "We will remain steadfast in the way of the defeat of the coup," says Islamist bloc said in a statement. The cracking will be a test of the ability to mobilize supporters Mursi, weakened by repression, and the degree of hardness of the authorities, which have proved challenging to international pressures that have sparked the latest carnage.

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