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Habib: Unfair Military Decision undermining Egypt
Habib: Unfair Military Decision undermining Egypt
Muhammad Sayed Habib, first deputy chairman of the MB, has stressed that the decisions passed by the military tribunal against 40 MB leading figures are unfair, unjust, strange, mainly political, and passed by unspecialized military court proved to be contradicting, fragile, and without any legal evidence, because the natural courts acquitted them.
Tuesday, April 15,2008 16:44
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Muhammad Sayed Habib, first deputy chairman of the MB, has stressed that the decisions passed by the military tribunal against 40 MB leading figures are unfair, unjust, strange, mainly political, and passed by unspecialized military court proved to be contradicting, fragile, and without any legal evidence, because the natural courts acquitted them.

 

Habib pointed out that such decisions show the extent of severity and violence of such a tyrant regime"s treatment with the MB that adopts peaceful and moderate methodology. The decisions are just a response to the success of the MB in recent parliamentary elections in 2005, in which the MB won 88 seats at the Egyptian parliament. Indeed, such military verdicts are not only against the MB to curtail and marginalize them in the Egyptian political life, but against the Egyptians to terrify and threaten them.

 

He indicated that the decisions will surely increase the public discontent within the society due to political, economic, and social crises caused by the regime.

 

"Confiscating shares and monies of some businessmen is utterly tyrannical, against the Egyptian economy, undermining Egypt , and – I think- that advocates will submit appeals to the second class military tribunal", he added.


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