The National Coalition for Supporting Legitimacy said on Thursday that sit-ins supporting former president Mohamed Morsi will continue.
The coalition said it recognizes neither the military coup’s cabinet nor its decisions.
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The Interior Ministry issued a statement earlier asking all supporters of Mohamed Morsi to end the sit-ins in Cairo after it received instructions from Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawi’s cabinet to disperse the sit-ins.
In a statement it issued, the coalition supporting Mohamed Morsi said that the revolution “continues despite all threats”.
It added that protests against Mohamed Morsi taking place in in Rabaa al-Adaweya and Nahda Squares as well as other squares is in reality a continuance for the revolution the people have sparked on January 25, 2011.
The alliance said that this blessed revolution continues until it achieves its goals. Chief among those goals is retrieving what the military coup took by force.
The people of Egypt will remain steadfast in the face of the Mohamed Morsi coup that brought back the police state in its worst form, the alliance stated.
Germany says it will not interfere in Egypt’s affairs brought about ousted Mohamed Morsi
Germany’s Foreign Minister, Guide Westerwelle, said on Thursday that his country does not want to interfere in Egypt’s affairs at all.
Egyptians are responsible for determining their future, the minister stated.
Germany is committed to maintaining ties with Egypt in the fields of politics and economy, Westerwelle added.
Westerwelle commended the depth of the Egyptian-German ties, the Middle East News Agency quoted Egypt’s foreign ministry spokesman as saying.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister, Nabil Fahmi, told his German counterpart that “Egypt does not mind listening to the opinion of foreign parties but the final decision belongs to Egyptians, according to national interests and security”, spokesman Badr Abdel Aati said.
The two ministers discussed the Nile Basin Initiative and the importance of activating it, Abdel Aati stated.
Westerwelle expressed his country’s readiness to assist Egypt in ensuring the initiative’s activation.