Towards an Int’l Legal Action on President Morsi’s Death

Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies

Author(s): Alaa Abdelmonsef

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Six years have passed since Egypt’s first elected civilian president was arrested, forcibly disappeared, and subjected to an unfair trial that did not meet the minimum standards of justice. During his detention, President Mohamed Morsi was systematically denied his right to a proper medical treatment, which ultimately led to his death/murder.

After all the sacrifices he has made, the minimum thing that must be done to President Morsi is to reveal the truth about his death, and work to bring those involved in such heinous crime to international criminal justice in all its forms – whether Dr. Morsi’s death was the result of a premeditated plan by authorities, which is most likely, or it was a natural result of the deliberate medical negligence he was exposed to during the harsh period of his enforced disappearance.

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