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Renewed detention for 18 MB; another breach in constitution
Renewed detention for 18 MB; another breach in constitution
For the fifth consecutive time a renewed detention order has been issued to 18 members of the Muslim Brotherhood.The order which would keep the detainees in custody a further 15 days is a breach of the constitution.
Tuesday, April 20,2010 14:59
IkhwanWeb

Defense lawyer Ahmed El-Darwish maintained that this decision is a violation of article 169 which stipulates in the Code of Proceedings that the appealed file should be handed in 48 hours

 

 Detainess include

 

Abdul Rahman Abdul Hafeez

Mohammad Amin Hussein

Mohamed Abdul Rahman

Mohammad Nasser Akasha

Mahmoud Behnsawi

Anwar Shaban Morsy

Mohamed Fathi Mahmoud

Gamal Abdel-Wahab Ali

Sameh Mohamed Mahmoud Ahmed Mohamed Mahmoud

Ahmed Ali Hafez

Abdel-Hafez Salama Abdel-Hafiz

Muhammad Madi Abdullah

Ihab Abdel Wahed

Nafie Ahmed

Ahmed Ali Hakim

Mohammed Hassan Abdullah Khaleq

tags: MB Detainees / Emergency Law / Egyptian Police / Egyptian Jails / Egyptian Government / Moderate Islamists / Moderate MB / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Egyptian Constitution / Constitutional Amendments
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