Morsi’s Decree Bloody Clashes continue, Judiciary Meet today
The most protesting President Mohamed Morsi’s controversial decrees rocked with bloody clashes between Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and Morsi’s opponents, burned Muslim Brotherhood offices.
Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party’s (FJP) offices were torched in the canal cities of Ismailiya and Port Said. And first clash hit out in the Nile Delta city of Damanhoor, left a Muslim teenager dead and more than 40 people wounded, as per media reports.
On the third day of clashes, along with opponents, Judges Club of the country has also called to take part in protests in Cairo against the President’s decree that is an act of ‘a power grab’ and an ‘assault’ on the branch’s independence.
While Egypt highest judicial authority, apex court, Supreme Judicial Council asked judges to handle this issue via tabled a talk with Morsi.
Meanwhile, today Morsi is to meet with members of the state’s highest judicial authority to discuss his decree making him immune to judicial oversight.
The biggest march against Morsi’s new pharaoh has kick off by liberal and secular groups of country including secular politician Mohamed ElBaradei, former UN nuclear watchdog chief and Amr Mussa, former foreign minister and Arab League chief.
The march hit into Tahrir Square, Cairo’s iconic protest hub after the main weekly Muslim prayers.
As per new decree, President can issue any decision, law to protect the revolution which is final, not to change. He would be engaged with orders of “new investigations and retrials” in cases involving the deaths of protesters during Hosni Mubarak regime.