Friday, August 23, 2013

Egypt: repression against Tamarrod begins

As former dictator Hosni Mubarak was set free in spite of the many charges still standing against them, the Tamarrod movement began calling for demonstrations against such atrocity, a clear sign of the return to Mubarakism by the hand of the military junta. 

State attorneys Mahmud Badr, Mohamed Abdel Aziz and Hassan Chahin are instigating accusations against the popular movement, who have called for protests against the ridiculous acquittal and liberation of the dictator in spite of all his violations against human rights and democracy. 

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