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New York: Clark to Hold a Conference on Military Referrals
New York: Clark to Hold a Conference on Military Referrals
Ramsey Clark, former US Attorney General and renowned HR activist, will convene a press conference on the referrals of MB leaders to military tribunals and the status of human rights in Egypt, he observed in his last visit for monitoring military tribunals
Thursday, July 26,2007 13:25
by Asmaa Shehata IkhwanWeb

Ramsey Clark, former US Attorney General and renowned HR activist, will convene a press conference on the referrals of MB leaders to military tribunals and the status of human rights in Egypt, he observed in his last visit for monitoring military tribunals.
On his part, Clark confirmed that in this conference he will uncover the all repressive practices and autocratic tools, the Egyptian regime use against reform voices and peaceful change leaders and supporters. He reaffirmed that he will keep endeavoring for mobilization of international support to the case he has been already convinced about its fairness, adding "those who are now court-martialed should be freed and honored".  
This conference was arranged to be on Thursday, July 26th, at New York"s International Conference Hall.


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