Ahmed · @Esmat__

28th Nov 2012 from Twitlonger

Pleased to read the article on Bloomberg today. It came to my attention that the article was about finding excuses to Mr.Mursi to take full control of executive, constitutional and jurisdictional power in Egypt.

1-The assumption that the Supreme Constitutional Court took the side of Supreme Council of Armed Forces in dissolving the elected parliament. I am attaching a memo of a conference between the established political parties in 2011 and Lt. Gen. Samy Anan, the Joint Chief of Staff on Oct 1, 2011. The meeting was held to appeal to SCAF to modify the parliamentary elections in order to:
-Increase the percentage of political parties number of seats from 50% to 66%.
-Allow politicians who are affiliated to a party to compete on the remaining 34% for the individuals.
Those points decree the concept of equality between the individuals and parties. Simply because the population of political parties members is 1.5 million and the legible voters population is 51 million.

Back to the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) issue; Hosni Mubarak dissolved the parliament in 1987 and 1990 in accordance to the the Supreme Constitutional Court verdict ( and ). Those SCC verdicts were based on the two reasons exactly identical to the reasons of dissolving the parliament on April 2012.

MB assumption of biased Supreme Constitutional Court is wrong.

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