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Tahrir square protesters launch petition for Prosecution of Mubarak and Adly
Tahrir square protesters launch petition for Prosecution of Mubarak and Adly
A group of young men in Tahrir Square have launched a petition aimed at collecting one million signatures, in preparation for submitting a complaint to the public prosecutor Abdel Megid Mahmoud against the deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, the former interior minister Habib el-Adly and his remnants.
Monday, March 14,2011 11:06
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A group of young men in Tahrir Square have launched a petition aimed at collecting one million signatures, in preparation for submitting a complaint to the public prosecutor Abdel Megid Mahmoud against the deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak , the former interior minister Habib el-Adly and his remnants.

 The petition demand they be tried and held accountable and prosecuted for treason and threatening Egypt's national security. Furthermore they accused them of the deliberately killing of demonstrators, the use of explosives weapons which were responsible for the death and injury of many in the tragic incident.
 
They also asked Mubarak and Al-Adly's judicial immunity be removed, demanding that the new Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, newly appointed Interior Minister Mansour Essawy, Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, Dr. Noman Gomaa, Engineer Khairat el-Shater and Reem Majid, to listen to their testimonies in the charges leveled against them.

tags: Tahrir / Mubarak / Mubarak Regime / El-Shater / Interior Minister / Democracy in Egypt / Egyptian Democracy / Protesters / Tahrir Square / Abdel Megid Mahmoud / El-Adly / Essam Sharaf / ElBaradei / Gomaa / Khairat El-Shater / Essawy / Egyptian Revolution
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Adly Trial sammakia
It's about time to get Adly and where is Mubarak hiding??
Monday, March 14,2011 21:04
Adly and Mubarak Sammakia
It's time to prosecute those two. I don't care about how much money they made, but they are criminals!!!
Wednesday, March 23,2011 01:37
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