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Two Sit-ins to Protest discontinuance of Thuggery Investigation
Two Sit-ins to Protest discontinuance of Thuggery Investigation
On Wednesday, Kifaya stages an hour-long sit-in before the Bar Association. The movement protests the General Attorney’s decision to suspend the investigation on the attacks and harassment targeted journalists and reformists.
Wednesday, January 4,2006 00:00
by Essam el-Said, Ikhwanonline
On Wednesday, Kifaya stages an hour-long sit-in before the Bar Association. The movement protests the General Attorney’s decision to suspend the investigation on the attacks and harassment targeted journalists and reformists. These irregularities were committed by thugs, hired by the National Democratic Party, on the day of Plebiscite on the constitutional amendment on May, 25.  
 
Similarly, the Press Syndicate sets up two-hour sit-in on Thursday. They will demand the enquiry to be reopened.
 
’The journalists will not pass these mishaps by. The syndicate’s board will request the General Attorney to announce the considerations of his decision. The syndicate has provided documentary video records for thuggry activities,’ the president of the Liberties Committee of the Press Syndicate, Muhammad Abdul Quos, told Ikhwan online.
 
In fact, the referendum day has seen assault instances done by the riot police and NDP-hired thugs to curb widespread demonstrations. Sexual harassments have been taken place at the hands of thugs. All these brutal actions have cast negative shadows on Egypt’s reputation on both Arab and international levels.  
tags: constitutional amendments / thuggery / state security / politics / Egyptian journalists
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