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Freedom and Justice Party: Closure of TV Channels Beginning of Repressive Single View Era
Freedom and Justice Party: Closure of TV Channels Beginning of Repressive Single View Era
Immediately after announcing the ouster of elected President Morsi, authorities pulled the plug on all TV channels that voiced any opposition to the military’s maneuvers.
Wednesday, July 3,2013 23:10

Dr. Murad Ali, Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Media Spokesman, said: "Immediately after the announcement of the military coup, the generals stopped all TV channels that broadcast activities and events opposed to the coup or voiced pro-Constitution views or pro-Morsi comments, so people do not hear but only one voice, one viewpoint.

"This is the beginning of the era of freedoms! The rest will surely come. Down, down… with military rule!"

A number of Islamist channels, including Masr 25, Al-Nas and Al-Hafez, were forced shut and stopped broadcasting, following the Minister of Defense’s speech which announced the coup against the legitimacy of the elected President of the Republic.

tags: FJP / Constitution / President / Murad Ali / Freedom and Justice Party / Islamist channels
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