Sunday, June 17, 2012

Great conspiracy ahead of the Egyptian presidential election




Today and tomorrow (June 16-17) Egypt again holds a second round of presidential elections. Muhammad Mursi, a candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood and Ahmad Shafiq, the last prime minister of the Hosni Mubarak regime will compete for the position of president of this country. But in the midst of this democratic party, the Constitutional Court seems deliberately driven to disrupt the conditions of Cairo.

The Constitutional Court released a decision to dissolve parliament and cancel the law on political exile. This law is intended for ex and elements of the regime to be overthrown and they are prohibited from carrying out political activities. This decision was previously agreed upon by a parliament controlled by a majority of Islamic and revolutionary camps.


The results of the Egyptian parliamentary elections won by the Islamic stronghold made the enemies of the people's revolution long ago devise various conspiracies to tackle candidates from the Islamic camp to win the country's presidential election. However, their conspiracy did not make the people retreat and the Islamic camp was isolated. In fact, the Islamic camp in the presidential election succeeded in winning over its rivals.


The Islamic camp in the first round of the presidential election after the resignation of Mubarak submitted four candidates and Muhammad Mursi made it to the second round of the presidential election. However, the enemy seemed tirelessly undermining Egypt. Ahmad Shafiq's escape to the second round of the presidential election was one of their conspiracies. Shafiq qualified for the second round of the election with massive funding from Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the Zionist Regime of Israel and the United States and the real intervention of the Military High Council.


It turned out that Shafiq's escape to the second round of the presidential election was not the end of the conspiracy of the enemy of the Egyptian revolution. Evidence in the Egyptian elections shows that Muhammad Mursi was easily able to win in the second round. Thus, this conspiracy was indeed planned to influence the Egyptian elections. The enemy tried to impose its ambition that the anti-revolutionary stronghold of Egypt both inside and outside would not accept the revolution.


The vote cancellation of one-third of parliamentarians by the Constitutional Court led to the dissolution of the country's parliament. Not only that, the Constitutional Court also rejected the political exclusion law to prevent the elements of the Mubarak regime from appearing on the political scene. This was intended to avoid problems for Shafiq in the second round of the presidential election.


This decision reaped the widespread reaction of Egyptian people and political activists. The people of the country held a protest action against the Constitutional Court and demanded that Mubarak's deportation be abolished and rejected the court's decision.

The Muslim Brotherhood considers the Constitutional Court's policy as an anti-revolutionary conspiracy. The Islamic camp emphasizes that the participation of millions of people in ballot boxes in the second round of the presidential election is the sole solution to eroding the conspiracy of the Constitutional Court and the Military High Council.

Meanwhile, the Office of the Freedom and Justice Party released a statement stating that the main solution to protect the people's revolution was broad participation in the ballot box and supporting Muhammad Mursi.

Although the Egyptian Military High Council, anasir Mubarak and Arab and Western allies tried hard to stop the revolution and abuse it, the people of this country were determined to save the revolution from the foul hands of the enemy.


IRIB / The Truth Seeker Media

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