Demonstrations after Mubarak and Adli sentenced to life acquitted his two sons and security officials

Demonstrations after Mubarak and Adli sentenced to life acquitted his two sons and security officials

Cairo : Egypt | Jun 02, 2012 at 12:26 PM PDT
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In Egypt, Revolution Still 'in Progress' as Protesters Return to Tahrir

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Demonstrations broke out Saturday in Egypt after the acquittal of six of the security officials accused of the suppression of the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak on February 11, 2011, although sentenced to life imprisonment on the former Egyptian president and his interior minister Habib al-Adli.Chanted the demonstrators, chanted especially "Down with the military junta", who took over leadership of the country since the overthrow of Mubarak in February 2011..And joined the crowd in Tahrir Square Hamdeen Sabaahi , Khaled Ali joined the crowd in Tahrir Square , the losing candidates in the first round of presidential elections held on 23 and May 24 , demanding to clean up judiciary, according to witnesses

.A Criminal Court of Cairo on Saturday issued prison sentences to life to Mubarak and Al-Adli, while acquitted his two sons, Gamal and Alaa and six leaders of the Ministry of Interior and former businessman fugitive in Spain, Salem who was tried in absentia. the Muslim Brotherhood candidate for president Mohamed Morsi'the sentence in the case of Mubarak as a "comical" .Ahmed Shafik, who called from his part to "accept" judicial rulings.

He accepts all court ruling "."Immediately after the verdict .. lawyers families of the victims shouted "invalid null .." and "the people want to purge the judiciary" and the ensuing clashes for a few minutes inside the courtroom.The clashes took place outside the hall between the police and a few dozen families of the victims of the revolution on Mubarak.

Then there was clashes between the victims' families and supporters of Mubarak also gathered outside the court, but police contained the situation, people, now are crowding in Tahrir Square demanding the military council to step down , replaced by a presidential council presided by Morsi Hamdeen , AbulFutuh and El Bradei and to cancel the next elections .

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Hosni Mubarak had ruled Egypt for almost 30 years
Hosni Mubarak had ruled Egypt for almost 30 years
Abdel Fattah Hussein is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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