El-Beblawi: About to reduce curfew Hours, and Extending the State of Emergency

The Prime Minister Dr. Hazem El-Beblawi, Said that the government much likely to extend the state of emergency for two months, stressing at the same time there is a tendency to reduce the curfew hours and reconsider of its application in some governorates according to the security situation.
El-Beblawi, in his interview with the AL-masry al-youm, declared that the former president, Hosni Mubarak, will remain under house arrest, also pointed out that the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi is imprisoned not detained, clarifying that the secrecy of his detention place is to protect his life.
He described himself as President of the most dangerous government because they will determine the foundations of the next order, pointing out that his government facing groups do not enjoy any degree of rational and willing to do anything, same time reconciliation became a notorious term.
«It is not a political conflict, but a destruction of the State», EL – Beblawi pointed to the existence of contacts with the Freedom and Justice Party through intermediaries and security devices, adding If they admitted 30 June revolution there will be a new stage.
On regard to the assassination attempt of Interior Minister, Major General Mohamed Ibrahim, saidI was not surprised, and connotations and bombings size refers to the involvement of foreign hands.
The Prime Minister confirmed armed forces are going systematically in the fight against terrorism in Sinai, same time Abdel Fattah al-Sisi- First Deputy of Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces and Minister of Defense and Military Production- dosn’t not talk much and if speaks is specific and precise.
In the same context, El-Beblawi revealed that Sami Annan, the previous Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces, offered him the presidency of the government after the resignation of Dr. Essam Sharaf, a former Prime Minister, and he refused because of Mohamed Mahmoud events.
He also spoke for ending prMorsi protesters sit-in at Rabaa Adaweya in Nasr city in Cairo and al-nahda Square in Giza, saying: Expectations was greater than what we already had on the, and the death toll closer to one thousand.

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