Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue109 2018

Last update19:14 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
MB Statements
Muslim Brotherhood Reaffirms Support for Judges
Muslim Brotherhood Reaffirms Support for Judges
In a statement of solidarity with the two reformist judges, Bastawisi and Mikki, who are in the center of a heated battle for reform, Dr. Mohamed Morsy, member of the Muslim Brotherhood Executive Bureau, in a statement to Ikhwanweb expressed the Muslim Brotherhood strongest support for the judges; “the Muslim Brotherhood unconditionally supports the judges in their demands for reform”.
Thursday, May 18,2006 00:00
IkhwanWeb

In a statement of solidarity with the two reformist judges, Bastawisi and Mikki, who are in the center of a heated battle for reform, Dr. Mohamed Morsy, member of the Muslim Brotherhood Executive Bureau, in a statement to Ikhwanweb expressed the Muslim Brotherhood strongest support for the judges; “the Muslim Brotherhood unconditionally supports the judges in their demands for reform”.

 

He also criticized the security forces handling of latest demonstrations and its unjustified use of force and called it “illegal and unconstitutional”

 

Commenting on the Muslim Brotherhood parliament members’ reaction to a memo supporting the judges, Dr. Morsy said “the MB deputies, when asked to sign the memo, did not decline but only asked to study the memo before signing and since it had to be coordinated with the bloc’s chairman ahead of time”.

 

Dr. Morsy also added “The MB parliament members stood up with the judges during their demonstrations and never let them down” in addition “it was the MB members of parliament who presented the judiciary independence law to parliament and still fighting for its approval"

 

 

tags: Judges / Muslim Brotherhood / Mikki / Bastawisi / Morsi / Demonstrations / Security Forces
Posted in MB Statements , Judges Activites  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Related Articles
Judges Club Elections Decisive Battle for Independent Judiciary
Egypt Judges Club Refuses To Extend Retirement Age To 72 Years
Judges’ Club To Probe Assaults Against Judges
Judges’ Political Participation, Role and Responsibilities
Judges Reject New Bill Targeting Their Independence
Egypt’s Judges Cannot Guarantee Openess in Next Week’s Election
Judges tried in absentee, Egyptian security beat protesters in Cairo
60 Members of the MB and Kefaya Arrested on Eve of Judges’ Trial
Muslim Brotherhood Reaffirms Support for Judges
Court Rulings: Mikki Acquitted, Bastawissi Reprimanded
Mikki: Protests Will Continue Till Gov’t Accepts Judges’ Demands