International Justice

CJ354 Endicott College

Morsy pass the point of no return

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/f181c26c-407f-11e2-8e04-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2F41Tittg

An article was published in the financial time news paper saying that Egyptian president Mohamed Morsy issued a decree on November 22 exempting presidential decisions from judicial oversight was. In fact this decree is designed to shield the authors of the new constitution as they rushed through a text that is Islamist in conception and a weak guarantor of civic and personal freedoms.
In light of the new dictatorial decree Mr Morsi broke his pledge to be president of all Egyptians. Morsi is obliged to govern for all Egyptians, not take dictation from the Supreme Guide of the Brotherhood. It seems that it is too late for him to bring all the political factions together therefore, he passed the point of no return. Not only that but it also it will delay transitional justice and hinder national reconciliation.

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