Posts Tagged: ikhwan

MB official denounces labor protests

Hassan el-Brince, a Muslim Brotherhood senior figure and FJP parliamentarian, has joined Wael Kandil in denouncing the labor protests taking place in front of the presidential palace. Brince is repeating the same delusional accusations that those sit-ins are part of some “counterrevolutionary plot.” He even goes further to describe the workers as “mercenaries” paid to

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And the فئوية chorus is back

Instead of seeing the potential in those protests to take the revolution a step forward, liberal writer Wael Kandil dismisses the labor protests in front of the presidential palace as some “trap” or “plot” driven by the counterrevolution to embarrass Morsi and sabotage his efforts. Kandil claims “these protests can never be spontaneous… how did

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The presidential palace doorstep keeps receiving visitors

I’m watching OnTV now, where Reem Magued is showing a report on the protests in front of the presidential palace. It’s amazing. Not just workers or civil servants, but almost everyone with a problem in this country, be it political, personal or economic, is descending on the presidential palace demanding to meet Morsi for a

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Workers on the doorstep of the presidential palace

Not a single day that passes since his inauguration without labor protests in front of the presidential palace still primarily over economic demands, yet they start wading into clear political lines when the enemies include NDP businessmen and officials. One group of workers come to protest, meet Morsi, some leave after promises, others continue to

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