EGYPTIAN Cabinet annuls all pardons issued to Islamic jihadist prisoners by ousted President Mohamed Morsi

The Egyptian cabinet agreed on the draft law presented by interim president Adly Mansour on May 22nd to annul the pardon decrees issued by ousted president Mohamed Morsi during his time in office.

Mohamed Morsi awaiting trial in his cage
Mohamed Morsi awaiting trial in his cage like the rabid animal he is

AHRAM  According to the draft law proposed by Mansour, pardon decrees issued by Morsi from June 2012 to 3 July 2013 – the date of his ouster – will be annulled.

Morsi, who is facing a number of trials in criminal cases, has been accused of issuing pardons to imprisoned jihadists involved in jihadist groups in Egypt.

On 26 July 2012, Morsi issued a presidential pardoning of 27 Islamists including 18 jihadists who were accused of participating in the 1996 assassination attempt on then-president Hosni Mubarak in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.