ANHRI announced today the release of issue no.27 of Wasla newspaper under the main title “Martyr Ahmed Basyouni”, whose picture covered the issue. This new trend will continue with the upcoming issues as a part of a campaign entitled “Remember to Remember Me”, aiming at reminding everyone of the martyrs who died for freedom.
In the main blog “The way to Nasr City”, the editor dealt with how the tone of the Military Council changed from the revolution and people legitimacy defender to preoccupied with the document governing the principles of the constitution and ensuring the absolute secrecy of the budget of Defense and National Security. Therefore; the military council became the obstacle on the way peaceful transition of power because it is trying to re-produce the July 1952 regime in a new shape. The blog concluded that the good and the bad leaders of the Military Council have to give the people the right to self-determination without patriarchal guardianship, and that the army has to get back to its barracks because it is not going to be an alternative or a partner of “the legitimacy accepted by the people”.
In addition to all above, the issue contains several blog topics written by Arab bloggers including:
Benefits of General Al-Fangari’s speech
A hard day
Politicians and writers answer the question: Why you will be at Tahrir on Friday?
To SCAF, we are not afraid
Compensation of the Interior Ministry and return to the pre-French occupation
About the thousand lost.. i will speak
Details of Police Officers assault on 5 protectors in a hunger strike
Surrealism of Tahrir Square
Free Sampo, 28June battle of Tahrir Square champion
Sampo AL-Helali ( Sampo, the Egyptian Robin Hood)
Ignore advices of your parents, and go to Sit-in
The issue No. 27of Wasla includes also several paintings, photos and designs from Arab bloggers in addition to a number of blog topics in English language, as well as some tweets by Arab bloggers on Twitter.
ANHRI will start today to distribute the issue no. 27 of Al Wasla newspaper. For people interested in the newspaper, they are welcome to get a printed copy from the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information headquarters in down town or an electronic copy in “pdf.” format under the newspaper section on the following link in ANHRI website: http://wasla.anhri.net