Egypt:Opposition politicians calling for a boycott of presidenti al elections, Sisi threatens serious consequences

In Egypt, boycott voices of presidential elections from 26 to 28 March have begun

In Egypt, boycott voices of presidential elections from 26 to 28 March have begun

Cairo … News Time

In Egypt, boycott voices of presidential elections from 26 to 28 March have begun while President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi threatens serious results to any person challenging his rule and said that now 7 or 8 years ago, the era will not come back. He warned in a speech speech that whatever happened or 7 or 8 years ago, will no longer be in Egypt. He was referring to a public protest movement against former President Hosni Mubarak in 2011 as a result, his power was overwhelmed and Egypt was deprived of political and economic crisis. He said that the work that had not been done earlier would still not be. Apparently it seems that you do not know me.

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said he could tell the Egyptians to come to the streets to give him mandates compared to the villains. They said in a deliberate manner that listen to meditation and whoever wants to destroy Egypt; he can do this by passing through me. More than 150 Egyptian activists stressed on Tuesday that they would boycott presidential elections in March. They will compete between President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and a candidate. The rest of the candidates have resigned from fighting presidential election after the government-based operations. The boycott’s appeal includes former defeated presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahy and former Egyptian anti-corruption company Hesham Genena. Hesham Genena is campaigning former Chief of Staff Retired General Sami Anan. He could have been a strong candidate against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi but they arrested the suspect on January 23 in charge of counterfeiting. The army has accused them of breaking the law and military regulations to fight a blamed presidential election.

Remember that in the presidential elections held in 2014, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was elected the President of the country by taking 96.9 percent of the armed forces’s former head. His opponent candidate Hamdeen Sabahy had only 3% of the vote, while the remaining votes were rejected. The first elected president of Egypt to Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Muhammad Mursi had won the army chief’s position but after public protest demonstrations in July 2013 Dr. Had Muhammad walked Muhammad Mursi only and later banned his party leader Al-Mulmoon as terrorists and banned him.


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