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Lawyers criticize Nasr and his group's 15-day extension order.
Lawyers criticize Nasr and his group's 15-day extension order.
Top defense lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsud expressed disappointment on Tuesday at the renewed detention of 11 leading MB leaders from the Beheira governorate which included Dr Ossama Nasr from the Executive Bureau.
Wednesday, March 3,2010 09:01
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Top defense lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsud expressed disappointment on Tuesday at the renewed detention of 11 leading MB leaders from the Beheira governorate which included Dr. Ossama Nasr from the Executive Bureau

 

In a statement to "Ikhwanweb" he stressed that "The return to custody of political detainees further highlights the reform needed in the judicial sector in addition to other fields in Egypt, especially in light of the fact that there is no tangible evidence to the host of accusations in which my clients are charged with."

 

The entire group abstained from commenting or issuing statements to prosecutors on the grounds that the allegations were baseless and without meaning. The renewal was a 15-day detention order, however it is expected that Abdul Maqsud will file an appeal scheduled to be held in the next few days


 

tags: MB Detainees / Crackdown / Erian / Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsud / Renewed Detention / Osama Nasr / Executive Bureau / Crackdown On Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood
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