UPDATE Egipt: Zi de calm dupa ce sustinatorii lui Morsi au anulat protestele. Bilantul zilei de sambata: 79 de morti si aproape 550 de raniti

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Duminică, 18 august 2013, 20:03 Actualitate | Internaţional

Guvernul de la Cairo a anuntat ca 79 de persoane au murit si 549 de persoane au fost ranite  sambata in Egipt, in timpul violenetelor politice, transmite agentia de stat MENA, citata de Reuters.

Astfel, 830 de persoane au murit in Egipt de la izbucnirea violentelor, miercuri, odata cu interventia armatei impotriva protestatarilor din Cairo.

Guvernul de la Cairo s-a reunit duminica in sedinta de criza pentru a discutaposibilitatea dizolvarii Fratiei Musulmane, propunerea venind din partea premierului egiptean Hazem el-Beblawi,

Intre timp, sustinatorii presedintelui demis Mohamed Morsi au anulat protestele programate pentru duminica in capitala egipteana din motive de securitate.

UPDATE 21:30 Mai multi detinuti islamisti au incercat sa evadeze duminica seara, in timp de erau transferati de la comisariatul de politie catre o inchisoare de la periferia capitalei egiptene Cairo, cu ajutorul unor complici care au atacat furgoneta in care acestia se aflau, informeaza AFP.

Potrivit agentiei oficiale de presa MENA, atacatorii au fost ucisi.

Detinutii sunt membri ai gruparii Fratia Musulmana, din care face parte si presedintele Mohamed Morsi, destituit de armata egipteana pe data de 3 iulie.

Anuntul privind tentativa de evadare a fost facut de Ministerul de Interne, fara a se face referire la morti sau raniti.


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    Proict pentru o noua constitutie ... (Duminică, 18 august 2013, 21:43)

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    Schimbari radicale in proiectul noii constitutii ... interzicerea partidelor politice intemeiate fe baze religioase [... " the new constitution must impose a ban on political parties based on religious foundations ... "

    Technical committee to propose radical changes to Egypt's 2012 constitution
    http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/79368/Egypt/Politics-/Technical-committee-to-propose-radical-changes-to-.aspx

    A 10-member technical committee entrusted with amending Egypt's 2012 constitution has almost finished its task. The committee was formed under Article 28 of the constitutional declaration issued by Interim President Adly Mansour 8 July and is headed by Mansour's legal advisor, Ali Awad.
    In a press conference Sunday, Awad told parliamentary correspondents that the committee will finish its work Monday, with the new draft constitution expected to be announced Wednesday. The new constitution will form the bedrock of Egypt's new post-30 June revolution's political roadmap, aimed at turning the country into a fully democratic state under civilian rule.
    Sources close to the committee told Ahram Online Sunday that after almost one month of thorough revision, the committee's members concluded that "fundamental changes must be introduced to 2012 Islamist-backed constitution."
    “The 2012 constitution was drafted under the former regime of the Muslim Brotherhood to grant Islamists an upper hand and a final say in Egypt's political future, and this must be changed now," a committee source told Ahram Online on condition of anonymity. He added that "When the people revolted 30 June, their main goals were not confined to removing Mohamed Morsi from power, but also changing the fundamental pillars of the religious tyranny the Muslim Brotherhood regime tried its best to impose on Egypt."
    Within this context, the source revealed that members of the committee reached consensus that the new constitution must impose a ban on political parties based on religious foundations .


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