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Anti-Coup Alliance Criticizes Pro-Junta Judges; Calls Huge Protests Tuesday, Wednesday
Anti-Coup Alliance Criticizes Pro-Junta Judges; Calls Huge Protests Tuesday, Wednesday
Egypt’s broad coalition of pro-democracy parties and movements denounces absurd verdicts issued by pro-military judges jailing revolutionary activists, acquitting ousted regime senior officials.
Monday, December 23,2013 18:36

To all the loyal revolutionary Egyptian people...

The junta’s judges continue to undermine the independence of the judiciary and the rule of law, taking part in the murderous military’s crimes, robbing away the gains of January 25 Revolution, and dealing verdicts that are clearly selective reprisals against all those patriotic citizens who participated in the Revolution, as well as the legitimate President and honest judges, while they turn a blind eye to the flagrant violations taking place in prisons and to the putschists’ calls to use more acts of violence and terror, like those which took the life of a Suez city citizen earlier Sunday.

To all Egypt’s loyal revolutionaries, men and women…

You bear witness to the rapidly rising anxiety among the ranks of the putschists and their businessmen collaborators, their continuing calls to corrupt, sabotage and destroy this homeland, and their evident economic failure, as you continue to extend non-violent revolutionary action and start civil disobedience at universities.

The Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance once again warns the fascist putschists that things may well get out of control. Meanwhile, the Alliance reiterates its full commitment to peaceful protests, in an effort to effectively protect the homeland from chaos and confusion, whatever the sacrifices.

To all free and patriotic men and women, youths and students…

We ask you to urge all Egyptians to boycott the so-called referendum. Also, it is time we sent a clear message to the junta’s judges, who supported the collapse of the judiciary and participated in injustice. Let us mass in a majestic million-man march across the nation Tuesday under the slogan "Down with pro-military judges". Let us also mark the first anniversary of the announcement of the result of the real referendum on the legitimate 2012 Constitution on Wednesday, by massing in truly outstanding demonstrations outside Egypt’s courts and judges’ clubs.

To all Egypt’s loyal revolutionaries, men and women…

Have no fear of the cowardly threats and foolish schemes. They will all fail, with God's help. The fascists’ decrees, decisions and verdicts are meaningless in the face of your Revolution. Escalate your boycott of all pro-junta businesses and businessmen. Persist in your blessed glorious Revolution with peaceful creativity, devotion and ingenuity. The homeland needs the efforts of every citizen. The coup is in its final throes of death.

God is Great… Down with pro-military judges

The Revolution will continue until retribution is dispatched.

Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance

Cairo: December 22, 2013

tags: Coup / Anti-Coup / Pro-Legitimacy / Anti-Coup Alliance / Egyptians / Judges / Women / Egyptian People / Peaceful Protest / Egyptian Army / Military Coup / Egyptian Women
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