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More Coup Opponents Court-Martialed, imprisoned –Including Woman
More Coup Opponents Court-Martialed, imprisoned –Including Woman
Yet another coup military court sentences five pro-democracy Egyptians to various prison terms, in addition to fines of LE250,000 (US$33,000).
Wednesday, April 8,2015 00:06

The Military Criminal Court in Ismailia, in a session held at the headquarters of the second field army Wednesday, sentenced 5 pro-legitimacy supporters of President Mohamed Morsi, including one woman, to prison terms ranging from two to three years.

Egypt's Women Against the Coup movement in Ismailia has issued a brief statement condemning the sentence against Hager Tobagi, 47 years old, stressing that the verdict is flawed, null and void.

tags: Egypt / President / Morsi / Pro-democracy / Military Criminal Court / Woman
Posted in EGYPT  
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