The Egyptian General Prosecutor today filed a series of military justice allegations against former president of the military junta Hussein Tantawi and former Chief of Staff Sami Anan for alleged involvement in the killing of protesters during the time ruled Egypt.
Judicial sources reported that two soldiers, who went into retirement last August, are charged with the murder of participants in the protests that broke out after the revolution of January 25, 2011 and until the election of the new president, Mohamed Mursi, in June this year.
The founder of the April 6, Ahmed Maher, said that one of the complaints of the group is linked to the deaths of protesters in clashes with security forces occurred outside the headquarters of the Egyptian broadcaster, Maspero, and Mohamed Mahmoud the central street, in October 2011, and by the Council of Ministers in November of that year. The second complaint concerns the campaign launched to discredit the April 6 Movement by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, the military junta, headed by Tantawi, ruled Egypt since the resignation ofin February 2011 until the election Mursi.
The Attorney General also filed today a complaint against Anan military justice, for the alleged crime of embezzlement, by an Egyptian lawyer reported.- Samir Sabri -
The lawyer said that he filed a complaint earlier this month against Anan, based on an article published by the newspaper Al Fajr, which reported growth in recent years the fortune of Anan.
Last August, Mursi ordered a reconstruction of the top of the Army, which Tantawi and Anan retirement and passed constitutional amendments were canceled that granted legislative power to the military council .