Skip to comments.War between Egypt’s Morsi, top prosecutor heats up
Posted on 10/13/2012 9:26:03 PM PDT by Rabin
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi (Brotherhood) pledged on Friday to bring to justice Mubarak-era officials, a day after his bid to sack the top prosecutor infuriated a judiciary wary of its new Islamist leader. Morsi reopened a rift with the judges on Thursday after trying to remove the state prosecutor following acquittals of ex-regime. snipp The February 2, 2011, assault by Mubarak supporters -- some riding horses and camels came on one of the revolt's bloodiest days, with clashes leaving more than 20 dead. Around 850 people died during the 18-day uprising.
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Zero ‘n’ Clinton ‘n’ company will be calling him “the Egyptian FDR” in no time.
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