Égypt-actus
Follow
Find tag "Socialistes"
380.3K views | +1 today
Égypt-actus
Égypt-actus
revue de presse sur l'actualité culturelle, archéologique, politique et sociale de l'Égypte
Curated by Egypt-actus
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Egypt-actus
Scoop.it!

Mursi no different from Mubarak - top politician

Mursi no different from Mubarak - top politician | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it
Egypt-actus's insight:

Abdel Ghaffar Shoukr, founder of the Socialist Popular Alliance and prominent member of the National Salvation Front, on Thursday held President Mohamed Mursi accountable for the recent violence in several governorates, describing the current regime as "no different from Mubarak's regime." 

Resolving the crisis by declaring a state of emergency and imposing a curfew on the Suez Canal cities is a small part of a severe political crisis he (Mursi) and his party created, Shoukr said today in an interview with the Kuwaiti AlRai newspaper.

"Those who are in power and see the gap between the sons of their nation widen at the expense of narrow partisan interests for themselves and their teams are responsible for the blood that has been shed," Shoukr said in reference to clashes that left scores dead and hundreds injured.

Commenting on accusations of its involvement in the events Egypt is witnessing, Shoukr said, "The National Salvation Front has called for peaceful demonstrations and denounced violent actions."

The Minitry of Interior is currently "living through a real crisis", Shoukr said in reference to how the ministry deals with protesters.

"After the revolution, the Ministry of Interior should have changed its ways in confronting protesters. It should know that its role is to only protect public facilities and steer away from any political conflict," Shoukr stated.

When asked about his opinion on the emergence of groups such as the "Black Bloc", Shoukr said, "I urge all enthusiastic youths to not use violence or spread chaos and fear among citizens. The peaceful revolution continues in the square and its peacefulness must not be forfeited."

 

This content is from :Aswat Masriya  
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Egypt-actus
Scoop.it!

Revolutionary Socialists: Muslim Brotherhood honoured murderers

Revolutionary Socialists: Muslim Brotherhood honoured murderers | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it
Egypt-actus's insight:

The Revolutionary Socialists attacked on Friday the Muslim Brotherhood, saying that it honoured the murderers and is acting like former president Hosni Mubarak's regime.

The true face of the brotherhood's regime was revealed "when it honoured the military council murderers", a statement distributed in Cairo's Tahrir Square said.

The brotherhood rushed to "reconcile with the businessmen of Mubarak's regime", the statement added.

"The brotherhood's system is digging its own grave by following in Mubarak's footsteps," the statement said.

The Revolutionary Socialists criticised the National Salvation Front which includes leading figures such as Mohamed ElBaradei, Hamdeen Sabahi, and Amr Moussa, adding that the front was wrong to create alliances with figures of the former regime.

The statement called on the "revolutionary youths" of the salvation front to press for "cleansing their ranks and joining us and all revolutionaries to build a real revolutionary front that completes the objectives of the revolution". 

 

This content is from :Aswat Masriya  
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Egypt-actus
Scoop.it!

Egypt's Socialist Popular Alliance rejects Morsi dialogue

Egypt's Socialist Popular Alliance rejects Morsi dialogue | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

The Socialist Popular Alliance Party has rejected President Mohamed Morsi's call for a national dialogue.

 

The party has also demanded the dismissal and the trial of the interior minister for "killing protesters."

 

In a statement issued late Sunday, the group also condemned the "performance of security forces when dealing with peaceful demonstrations" in recent days.

 

"The violence by security forces will push protesters to use more violence," it added.

 

The "real perpetrators and masterminds" of the Port Said Stadium disaster, which killed 74 people in February 2012, should be put on trial, not just those who "carried out the crime."

more...
No comment yet.