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Moussa on Mubarak: Justice is being served
Amr Moussa, presidential hopeful, states that questioning Mubarak is a fair action
Dina Ezzat, Wednesday 13 Apr 2011
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Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa (Photo: Reuters)
Presidential candidate Amr Moussa said Wednesday that the questioning of former president Hosni Mubarak and his two sons on charges of corruption and instigation against demonstrators of the January 25 Revolution "proves that nobody is above the law."
In press statements, Moussa, the outgoing secretary-general of the Arab League, stated that "justice is being served."
Moussa added that the demands of the January 25 Revolution are being met and the time has come for "all of us to move forward and to work on rebuilding a strong economy, firm security and active policy."
He supports the questioning on the basis that the "firm and fair" application of the law is the guarantee that justice prevails.


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jude

Thursday, April 21, 2011 11:39 AM
Justice will be served when Mubaraks are sentenced
Nothing will be serve justice on earth until all the Mubarak family receive long, long jail terms for their horrible, greedy, careless crimes.'

Jude

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 9:35 PM
Not even close to being served
If you haven't lived in Egypt-then you can't make a fair judgement as to whether or not justice is being served. I am an American and have lived in Egypt more than 5 years. Justice is not yet served. It will not be served UNTIL the verdict of guilty on of the Mubaraks is announced-along with their sentence. Which should be many, many years in jail. Perhaps Hosni should get life, along with his two sons whom knowingly partook the treasures...whilst knowing about torture and poverty. I include Suzanne Mubarak and the wives of Alaa and Gamal. Anyone that has lived here knows of the horrible human right abuses and poverty for the minority, while the glutton-greed aristocrates lived like they were Kings and Queens. I am waiting for this justice to be announced...patiently waiting. God is fair, but will the men in their legal role allow this justice to prevail? Waiting.... here in the country I call home..Egypt.'

Raef

Saturday, April 16, 2011 4:29 PM
Mubarak in Jail
me too I live in a country lets call it Democratic, Amr Moussa was the one who pledged that we should not trail Mubarak , wow very quick he changes and this man should be our president, Mubaraks Crimes was shown on the TV to the World, andd this was only a sampel, so get hin in prison before they are escaping'

kamha

Thursday, April 14, 2011 1:01 PM
Justice is being served?
I do not live in Egypt but in a democratic and free country a person is considered innocent until proven guilty. While investigation is being conducted, there may be no need to put the person in jail, whether he is a president, his son or a any other citizen. You do not need to go far ... just look at Israel where the former president was only arrested when the guilty verdict was annouced. Look at Ivory Coast where the former president is treated with diginty and will be questioned by the International court. '

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