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Twenty-four parties and forces demand the trial of the regime on Friday

Twenty-four parties and forces demand the trial of the regime on Friday | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

A group of political and revolutionary political parties and movements are calling for demonstrations on Friday dubbed “the trial of the regime.”

The participating forces said in a press conference, held at the Journalists Syndicate on Wednesday, that no-one is above the law, and that there is no place for the abuse of power and the manipulation of the fate of the people.

 

Political activist Shadi Ghazali Harb called for peaceful demonstrations, and explained that the main opposition coalition, the National Salvation Front, has a different position regarding the ruling regime than that of the revolutionary forces.(...)

 

Forces participating in the demonstrations include, Free Front for Peaceful Change, the Revolutionary Forces Alliance, the Popular Movement for the Independence of Al-Azhar, Second Egyptian Revolution Coalition, Arab Revolution Youth Movement, National Center for Popular Committees, Constitution Party Youth, and the Union of Revolutionary Youth.

 

More on: http://arabia.msn.com/news/middle-east/1316604/twentyfour-parties-and-forces-demand/

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ElBaradei says Egypt “back to dark ages of brutality”

ElBaradei says Egypt “back to dark ages of brutality” | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Nobel Laureate and prominent opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei condemned torture on Wednesday after a satellite channel on Tuesday aired the testimony of a man who was allegedly tortured at the hands of police during clashes by the federal palace. 

 

“Sustained inhumane torture escalating in violation of all international conventions and legal norms. Back to dark ages of brutality,” said the former director of the International Atomic Energy Agency in a post on his official Twitter account on Wednesday. 

 

More on: http://en.aswatmasriya.com/news/view.aspx?id=a2eccbaf-57c1-4fc0-89e5-835e278ab020. 

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