مرسي يؤكد ان الدستور يكفل مساواة جميع المصريين امام القانون

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اكد الرئيس المصري محمد مرسي السبت ان الدستور الجديد يكفل المساوة والحقوق المتساوية لجميع المصريين امام القانون وفي الدستور، ذلك حسبما قال في بيان له خلال جلسة افتتاح الدورة البرلمانية لمجلس الشورى المصري الذي سيتولى مهمة التشريع حتى انتخاب مجلس النواب.

وقال مرسي "ان جميع المواطنين باختلاف طبقاتهم الاجتماعية ومعتقداتهم متساوون امام القانون وفي الدستور".واضاف مرسي "مصر لكل المصريين فالحرية لكل ابناء الشعب بلا استثناء".

وصاغت الدستور المصري جمعية تاسيسية سيطر التيار الاسلامي على اغلبية اعضائها. وتم اقراره في استفتاء باغلبية 63% من اصوات الناخبين المشاركين.

واضاف مرسي "ان مصر الدولة والمجتمع قد اظلها عهد جديد لا مجال فيه للطغيان او التمييز او غياب العدالة الاجتماعية".

وشدد مرسي ان "الدول الديمقراطية الحديثة لا يمكن ان ترسخ نفسهاالا ببسط سيادة القانون".

التعليقات 3
Missing phillipo 17:30 ,2012 كانون الأول 29

Equality for all.
Just how many women does he have in his government? Just how many Copts?
"The constitution has been fiercely criticized by human rights activists and the secular-leaning opposition for failing to guarantee women's rights and potentially curtailing freedom of expression and freedom of worship."
How much equality is there in these fields?

Missing bigjohn 20:55 ,2012 كانون الأول 29

A lot more than your Israeli Apartheid state. In Israel,you have 2 different laws...one for Jews and one for non-Jews and NO CONSTITUTION so the ethnic cleansing Apartheid state can persecute the non-Jews and force millions other non-Jews in EXILE because they are not JEWISH. The Apartheid Jewish state years are numbered. Soon the Non-Jews will become a majority in Palestine/Israel and a world wide effort to boycott Israel like South Africa and Rhodesia will grow. Do you remember a state called Rhodesia? and, this is how Israel will be remembered in the future.

Missing phillipo 21:40 ,2012 كانون الأول 29

Another one who believes that as soon as someone disagrees with him that person must be an Israeli. The last time I looked out of my window I'm afraid to tell you that I didn't see what you believe.
How you complain about the fact that there being two laws in Israel is very interesting, as actually there are three, Jewish law, Sharia law, and National law which is above the other two. (Just for your information, there is an Arab Judge who is a member of the Supreme Court of Israel). In case you don't know there is also a Sharia law and National law in nearly every single Arab state.
As for your other disgusting anti-semitic remarks, they don't even deserve a response from this Englishman.