Egipto - Mubarak, parte II? (ou Neguib, parte V?)

Antiwar.com - Egyptian Junta Moves Against Protesters, Strikers:
The newly installed Egyptian junta, though by and large supported under the assumption that their pledge of a free and fair election within six months will come to pass, has begun taking a number of concerning moves against the protest movement, nominally to “restore order.”

Soldiers and military police are reportedly beating protesters who have refused to leave Tahrir Square, the site of Cairo’s largest rallies, and with martial law now in place, the military has issued a ban on all public protests as well as trade union meetings, and has ordered all striking government workers to return to their jobs.

Meanwhile, the Mubarak-era state of “emergency” remains in place, and the hundreds of protesters who were disappeared off the streets by the military in the waning days of Mubarak’s regime remain in custody, uncharged it seems.

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