Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Mubarak will apologize to the Egyptians in a televised

Barcelona (Editorial) .- Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to apologize to the country "for any offense caused to people" in a televised address that issue in the coming days. So says the daily Al-Shorouk, quoted by AFP and Al Arabiya, an information also ensures that the letter read before the cameras former Egyptian leader also point to some of his former partners, currently under investigation for corruption.

Mubarak, who was ousted after a popular revolt three months ago, read "a letter to be broadcast by Arabs in Egypt and which will apologize on his behalf and that of his family for any offense caused," the sources have been secured quoted by the official Egyptian newspaper. It also will apologize "for any behavior resulting from false information transmitted by their advisers." Apparently, Mubarak will point to former members, some of them under investigation by the courts or who have been convicted in quick trials.

If such a hearing, the strategy of transparency of former Egyptian leader to be understood as a measure in the face of world opinion and to provide amnesty.

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