Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Egypt is between Supporters and opponents about the protest a new law

Egypt has decided the protest a new law on November 24 , under which gatherings of more than 10 people need a written three days before the event permit , so tensions running high.

 in Egypt the new anti - protest 

Wed November 27, 2013
Tensions are still ongoing in Egypt (at Tlaat Harb street and Shura Council )before the sentences Cairo 21 girls to 11 years in prison each , while stopping 17 imams in Gharbeyah on what they call the incitement against the

military.Most of them were students challenging a new law that bans demonstrations without prior police before .

Yesterday , security forces used water cannons to disperse demonstrators protesting outside the upper house of parliament in Cairo.
Egyptian authorities ordered the arrest of two prominent political activists as part of a new law limiting events. The move comes a day after security forces used tear gas and water cannons to disperse demonstrations .

Egyptian authorities accused the activists Ahmed Maher and Alaa Abdel Fattah of inciting protests in response to the new law on demonstrations .

Some highlights disperse demonstrations
Egyptian police use water cannons, tear gas to disperse two events
Some young activists go to show solidarity with their colleagues
Interior Ministry said 28 people were arrested, " in violation of the law of protest"
Some inmates abandoned on a road, witnesses, activists say
(CNN) - Dozens of protesters demanding the removal of a new law protest clashed with Egyptian security forces in Cairo Tuesday ignite a firestorm of criticism online and in the streets, activists and state media reported .
Police fired water cannons and tear gas to disperse two smaller events , one against military trials of civilians and the other in honor of a man killed by police last year.

" The riot police began pulling and pushing everyone to beat us with sticks , grabbing her hair and dragging people . Immediately after tear gas. I could not breathe because the gas was so intense . I started running and I saw people were arrested, " said the activist Gigi Ibrahim CNN as she described how about 200 riot police dressed dispersed a demonstration she attended had about 100 people.Al - Rifai also stresses that popular protests have been the center of political life in Egypt since the uprising against former President Hosni Mubarak there are nearly three years.

A spokesman for Human Rights Watch, Tamara al - Rifai noted other countries regulate protests, but said his group has concerns over the requirement of Egypt a notice period of three days, that considers it too far in advance . She also said the limit on a gathering of 10 or more is far too restrictive.

"We also ask for information on how you restore the right of Egyptians to protest they pulled in January 2011. We wonder if this is a way to take that right away from them. So in this sense, that the Egyptians acquired can only be regulated, it should not be restricted how this law is , "said al - Rifai

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