Turmoil break out in Cairo between pro-and anti-Morsi, and Attorney General refused to leave office

Turmoil break out in Cairo between pro-and anti-Morsi, and Attorney General refused to leave office

Cairo : Egypt | Oct 12, 2012 at 12:42 PM PDT
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CAIRO - Supporters of President stormed a forum for opposition activists who uttered insults against Morsi on Tahrir Square. Both sides threw stones and fought. Shots were fired. Some protesters were injured.

Lay movements have called for demonstrations on Friday to demand that Morsi, who ruled the country for one hundred days, take the promises he made. They also criticize the fact that the new constitution is drafted by the Islamists, some of whom are from the Muslim Brotherhood as President. Egyptians through difficult economic level, but also at the level of security.

Discontent has mounted this week as a result of the acquittal Wednesday 24 supporters of former President Hosni Mubarak, accused of organizing the killing "load camels" against protesters during the uprising last year on the Tahrir Square. President Morsi, traveling to Alexandria on Friday, announced that senior officials of the former regime would be considered despite the verdict Wednesday.

"Many Egyptians were deprived of certain rights" under Mubarak, said Morsi, surrounded by the crowd. "They mostly failed to freedom," he added. Following the acquittal of 24 supporters of Mubarak, Morsi Thursday sacked the Attorney General Abdel Magid Mahmoud from Egypt who had been criticized for having mounted a folder sloppy.

Meanwhile , Chancellor Dr. Abdel Meguid Mahmoud Attorney General, that he had received phone calls carried threats to him directly and indirectly to resign from his post , but he refused the demand of his dismissal from office. Abdel Meguid Mahmoud responded by saying: «I do not issued prior approval on anything" - His rejection to be appointed as an ambassador in Vatican- .

He added that «It is surprising and unacceptable at the same time, that the leaders of the defense of the judiciary and the leaders of the Independence Movement within the judiciary, are talking with the President regarding how to isolate the Attorney General "

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Fury60 is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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