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Muslim Brotherhood Condemns Siege of Egypt Public Prosecutor HQ
Muslim Brotherhood Condemns Siege of Egypt Public Prosecutor HQ
Political opposition parties that strongly criticized pro-government siege of the Mubarak-appointed Constitutional Court now lay siege to the Public Prosecutor office building.
Saturday, March 30,2013 15:19
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Yasser Mehrez, Muslim Brotherhood media spokesman, condemned the siege by a number of political forces and movements of the headquarters of the Public Prosecutor.

"The siege of the High Court in Cairo proves that some still deal with double standards.

"Certain opposition parties consider that those who lay siege to the High Court are free revolutionaries, but those who lay siege to the 100-percent Mubarak-appointed Constitutional Court are criminals. Principles are indivisible."

tags: Muslim Brotherhood / MB / Prosecutor / Mubarak / Media / Political Forces / Constitutional Court / Yasser Mehrez
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