Wednesday, May 4, 2011

The UN encourages the Muslim world revolutions

The UN deputy secretary general of the Egyptian Muhammad Shaban, assured on Tuesday that the United Nations Salamanca "encouraged by the revolutions in the interests of democracy" are taking place in Muslim countries and has asserted that such movements "are not riots ". Shaban, who preferred not to comment on the death of Bin Laden because of their status of "international civil servant", as apostille, it has meant that the United Nations "encouraged by the revolutions, not stirred", which are occurring in countries Arabs "for the sake of democracy." This was highlighted in remarks to reporters before attending the First Meeting of Signatories Universities Memorandum of Understanding with United Nations in the eighteen participating academic institutions in the world, as well as regional and international organizations.

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