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Muslim Brotherhood Will Not Organize Judiciary-Related Demonstrations Friday
Muslim Brotherhood Will Not Organize Judiciary-Related Demonstrations Friday
Despite escalation tactics by affected judges against proposed judiciary law amendments, Egypt’s Brotherhood will not call for repeat marches this Friday.
Thursday, April 25,2013 21:25

Muslim Brotherhood refuted false claims that its members would come out in demonstrations related to the disputed judiciary law Friday.

In a statement, the Brotherhood’s media spokesman Yasser Mehrez said the group has not called for any rallies or activities, adding that its message was delivered through last Friday’s demonstrations where tens of thousands of Egyptians from various political parties and popular movements came out to liberation squares and outside Cairo’s High Court in support of the new judiciary law amendments.

tags: Muslim Brotherhood / Egyptians / Demonstrations / Judiciary Law / Yasser Mehrez / Political Parties
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