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The condemnation to death penalty of a number of Moslem Brothers in Egypt (march 2014)

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SAMIR AMIN, March 28, 2014

The condemnation to death penalty of a number of Moslem Brothers in Egypt (march 2014)

Those people condemned to death penalty are indeed real criminals who have deliberately assassinated a number of citizens, simply because they were Copts. They deserve to be condemned most severely. I personally do not approve death penalty; but it remains part of the Egyptian current law. What ought to be severely criticised with respect to this trial, is that it was conducted almost in secret and with unnecessary precipitation. These proceedings did not permit to throw full light on those crimes. For sure the Power system did not want this light being thrown on the subject; it would have established the complicities that the Moslem Brotherhood benefited of within the Police and Security services and the State apparatus (Governors and Local authorities) whose officers are still in office. We have to insist upon full light being thrown over the crimes of the Moslem Brotherhood and the State complicities.