Thursday, June 30, 2011

The junta says the clashes in Tahrir respond to an organized plan

The Egyptian military forces on Wednesday condemned the clashes between protesters and police last night in Tahrir Square to have resumed this morning and said there was "an organized plan" to cause tension between revolutionaries and the security institutions. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces said in a statement posted on his Facebook page that clashes with the sole aim of destabilizing the country according to a plan that uses "the blood of martyrs" of the revolution that began January 25 and ended on February 11 with the resignation of Hosni Mubarak to the presidency.

The Supreme Council that rules the country since the resignation of Mubarak also called on the Egyptian and the young revolutionaries to resist calls for cause tension. Egyptian Prime Minister, Esam Sharaf said the same position in statements to Egyptian state television in which he said that behind the incident last night there is a plot to cause chaos.

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