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Egypt's Morsi affirms he isn't biased against any group

English.news.cn   2012-11-23 23:43:50            
 • Mohamed Morsi said Friday that he doesn't align with a side against other one, even the opposition.
 • Thousands of protestors rallied at Tahrir square  to protest against the new constitutional declaration.
 • "My decision isn't to revenge any one, but there are steps on the reform way", Morsi said.


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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi (R) speaks to his supporters outside the presidential palace al-Ethadeya, where tens of thousands of Egyptians rally to support Morsi's new constitutional declaration issued in Cairo, Egypt, Nov. 23, 2012. Meanwhile, thousands of Egyptian protestors flood to Cairo's center Tahrir square Friday to take part in demonstrations rejecting the new constitutional declaration in a rally dubbed the rally of "anger and warning". (Xinhua/Amru Salahuddien)

CAIRO, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi said Friday that he doesn't align with a side against other one, even the opposition.

Morsi made his statement in a speech before the Presidential palace al-Ethadeya, where tens of thousands of Egyptians rally to support Morsi's new constitutional declaration issued Thursday.

"ALL my decisions are for the sake of the state's interests, and I never mean to align with a specific side against other one", Morsi said.

The new constitutional declaration ruled that all laws, decrees and constitutional declarations issued by the president are final and unchallengeable by any body, while it will not lead to reinstate the People's Assembly.

Meanwhile ,thousands of Egyptian protestors flood to Cairo's center Tahrir square Friday to take part in demonstrations rejecting the new constitutional declaration in a rally dubbed the rally of "anger and warning".

"I'm not against the opposition and I want to tell them that all my decisions are for the sake of our homeland and the revolution," Morsi said while addressing the protestors in Tahrir Square.

President Morsi also decided Thursday to sack the Prosecutor General Abdel-Maguid Mahmoud and to appoint Talat Ibrahim Abdullah as the new prosecutor general.

"My decision isn't to revenge any one, but there are steps on the reform way", Morsi said.

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CAIRO, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- Egypt's presidency spokesman Yasser Ali said Thursday that President Mohamed Morsi has issued a new constitutional declaration.

Ali said the new declaration aims at destroying the old regime' s framework, and annihilating corruption in the country and the society, as well as purging the national machines out of the remainder of the "ruined regime," in order to protect the people and the country, and achieve the societal justness.Full story

U.S. concerned over Egypt's new constitutional declaration

WASHINGTON, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. State Department on Friday expressed concerns over Egypt's new constitutional declaration, issued a day earlier by Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.

"The decisions and declarations announced on Nov. 22 raise concerns for many Egyptians and for the international community," State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said in a statement.Full story 

 

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