7 May, 2021

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Egypt’s Most Senior Judges Have Condemned President – ‘Unprecedented Assault’ On The Independence Of The Judiciary

“Egypt’s most senior judges have condemned President Mohamed Morsi for granting himself sweeping new powers which they say amount to an ‘unprecedented assault’ on the independence of the judiciary.The supreme judicial council said work would be suspended in all courts and prosecution offices until the decree passed by the president earlier this week was reversed.” the Guardian reports.

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Egypt’s most senior judges have condemned President Mohamed Morsi for granting himself sweeping new powers which they say amount to an “unprecedented assault” on the independence of the judiciary.

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    Mamed Morsi:”People Like You are the Reason We Have Middle Fingers.
    :):):)

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    Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood are getting a lesson agitating from the streets and governing a poor nation like Egypt are substantially
    different things. Being bitterly anti-American and anti-Israeli from the inception Morsi had to sing a different song in the recent
    Israeli-Hamas conflict when the Americans pumped some sense into him.
    In decclaring he is the final and supreme authority in the country and is not subject to the Supreme Courts he is accused he is trying to be more Pharoaic than the old Pharoas themselves. It is the Muslim Brotherhood Vs the Rest now. Soon it can well be the Brotherhood minus
    Morsi. A country with unemployment over 30% and a pitiable Per Capita the economically pathetic Egypt will continue to be unstable until the next military dictator comes along.

    Senguttuvan

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