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Law passed criminalising Protests and demonstrations
Law passed criminalising Protests and demonstrations
A new law has been passed Wednesday, by the Egyptian government deeming all protests and strikes illegal.
Wednesday, March 23,2011 21:32
IkhwanWeb

A new law has been passed Wednesday, by the Egyptian government deeming all protests and strikes illegal.

According to the new law, any individuals organizing or calling for protests will be sentenced to jail and may also be fined up to 500,000 pounds.

 The new law is expected to be applied to anyone inciting, urging, promoting or participating in a protest or strike which could hamper or delay work at any private or public establishments.

The Council of Ministers has stated that as long as the State of emergency is present the new law will be enforced.

The new law will apply to anyone inciting, urging, promoting or participating in a protest or strike that hampers or delays work at any private or public establishments.

tags: Egyptian Government / Emergency Law / State of Emergency / Egyptian Protests /
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"The new law will apply to anyone inciting, urging, promoting or participating in a protest or strike that hampers or delays work at any private or public establishments." The only entity hampering and delaying public and private work in Egypt is the military council iteself. There's no constitution, so any political progress is illegitimate. MB appears to be quite OK with the military council (zionist) dictations.
Friday, March 25,2011 02:16
Assalamou aleykoum najjar
It sounds like we are getting back to the old 'business'. This absurd 'law' must be completely rejected by every one. Wassalam
Saturday, March 26,2011 19:32
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