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Osama Morsi: In Egypt, No Logic, Justice Or Respect for Human Rights
Osama Morsi: In Egypt, No Logic, Justice Or Respect for Human Rights
Elected President Morsi's son Osama affirms Islamists' trials in Egypt shun all due process.
Tuesday, October 7,2014 09:20
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 Osama Morsi, son of Egypt's legitimate President Mohamed Morsi, said the coup regime is unable to face a confrontation between supporters of the January 25 Revolution and supporters of the military coup.


Earlier, in televised statements, Osama Morsi said: "There is a complete absence of trial guarantees of all forms and types. We, in Egypt, are outside the scope of logic, justice and respect for human rights.

"Trials faced by the President and all of his aides and supporters were unconstitutional. They had nothing to do with democracies or constitutions of the world."
tags: Morsi / Morsi Trial / Osama Morsi / January 25 / Military Coup / Judges / / Egyptian Judicial /
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