EGYPT: UN DEMANDS THOROUGH INQUIRY ON MORSI’S DEATH
The United Nations Organization is asking for a “thorough independent” inquiry on death of Egyptian ex-presidents Mohamed Morsi who died almost in the courtroom on the 17th of June 2019. International outcry indicates that the late state’s man was not well treated while in jail. According to British member of parliament Crispin Blunt, Mohamed Morsi’ death « is representative of Egyptian incapacity to treat prisoners according to Egyptian and international law” Morsi has been in jail for six years after he was ousted from power by then army chief, General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi (present president) following a public uprising in Ciro in 2012.
The 68 years old first ever democratically elected Egyptian civilian President was buried the next day under high surveillance and total discretion. Mohamed Mohamed Morsi Issa al-Ayyat, born 8 August 1951 in Ach-Charqiya was elected President of Egypt in 2012 after the Arab spring swept out President Hosni Mubarak who had ruled the country for 30years.
In a county where the opposition is seriouslyreprimanded, and Morsi Coming from the Muslim Brotherhood movement which is barred in Egypt, his death is not openly spoken of. But all the same, a prayer session was held in Istanbul- Turkey by his supporters for his soul to rest in peace.