AU suspends Egypt For Overthrowing Elected President

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  1. teshome says:

    Good job AU.
    I can see the determination of AU for rule of law. But the opportunistic stand of UN and America, is so disgusting.
    America is mentioning what the law says about coup but unable to implement her law, still indeterminate in providing developmental aid to Egypt. This is so ridiculous. Americans preach democracy and rule of law, but do thing when both are fractured in front of our eyes in Egypt. What hypocrisy is America living with

    • Degefa says:

      Ato Teshome,
      yes it is a bold decision, when military disrupt once democratically elected president, but what if the same million elected the guy have re-grated for their decision, coz has taken them to wrong direction they never expected and never wanted?–the same people who elected him went out and told him down, that you are doing now is not what we the people expected you to do….period. What is wrong them, hence, how the hell decision of AU will be right?

      This protecting bad leader?
      Let me ask a question—id AU put sanction in any tyranny jailing and killing its own people in day light? did AU said a word when Meles killed 200 on the straight, and jailed over 50,000?

      forget your AU—it is a devil apparatus protecting dictators of africa, period!

  2. jgna says:

    No more terrorist morsi,
    But is is good that the AU suspends egypt.
    Let them live in havok. GOD is with my motherland Ethiopia.
    Egptians treatened our motherland claming that they have a superiority due to the america-donated weapons. But GOD is greater than america or any earthly power.

  3. Tatek says:

    This only reflects the true color of the African Union, a den of dictators that has long outlived the purpose for its very existence. In its 50 year history as an organization, the AU has achieved nothing except serving a leap service to democracy, rule of law, human rights, law and order and constitutional order. It failed the African people when it failed to do anything about a million or so Rwandans exterminated by extremists before its own eyes. It failed us when they saw Somalia remain stateless for almost 25 years now, and they preferred silence and at times resistant when NATO asked for an intervention in Libya to stop Colonel Mohammar Gadhafi from cleansing his own people who braved the dictator’s superior air and ground power and took to the streets of Libya to delete the dictator from office and it did nothing when Islamic Militants toppled a democratically elected government in Mali. They still are protesting that dictators like Omar el- Bashir and Kenya’s new leader Uhuru Kenyatta are unfairly targeted by the west for their genocide and serious crimes against humanity they committed against Africans in Darfur and Kenya respectively. And now they have the gut to speak for Egypt’s Mohammed Mursi, who was erased from public office by the Egyptian army this week because they (the AU) felt this was against the norms of democracy and constitutional order. But the very principle of democracy is that nothing outweighs public interest and the army acted in the best interest of the nation and that of the Egyptian people. The Egyptian people are the ones who elected Mursi into office in a high hope that he will define the expectations of the Egyptian masses into reality and make sure the purpose of the revolution that toppled long time dictator, Hosni Mubarak, are best served. Now that the Egyptians felt that Mursi and his Muslim Brotherhood party have hijacked the Revolution, the Army has acted in the best interest of the people of Egypt and it is incumbent upon the International Community to respect that. Egyptians are very clear that by deleting Mursi from office they sent a message that he generally outlived the very purpose for which he was originally elected into public office and as such, the legitimacy through which Mursi came to assume public office in Egypt has been reviewed and come to an end and by failing to respect this decision, the AU is only sending a clear message that if anything it is only dictators dancing in Addis Ababa at the behest of dictators and not African masses.

  4. Tatek says:

    1. This only reflects the true color of the African Union, a den of dictators that has long outlived the purpose for its very existence. In its 50 year history as an organization, the AU has achieved nothing except serving a lip service to democracy, rule of law, human rights, law and order and constitutional order. It failed the African people when it failed to do anything about a million or so Rwandans exterminated by extremists before its own eyes. It failed us when it saw Somalia remain stateless for almost 25 years now, and it preferred silence and at times resistant when NATO asked for an intervention in Libya to stop Colonel Mohammar Gadhafi from cleansing his own people who braved the dictator’s superior air and ground power and took to the streets of Libya to delete the dictator from office and it did nothing when Islamic Militants toppled a democratically elected government in Mali. It still is protesting that dictators like Omar el- Bashir and Kenya’s new leader Uhuru Kenyatta are unfairly targeted by the west for their genocide and serious crimes against humanity they committed against Africans in Darfur and Kenya respectively. And now they have the gut to speak for Egypt’s Mohammed Mursi, who was erased from public office by the Egyptian army this week because they (the AU) felt this was against the norms of democracy and constitutional order. But the very principle of democracy is that nothing outweighs public interest and the army acted in the best interest of the nation and that of the Egyptian people. The Egyptian people are the ones who elected Mursi into office in a high hope that he will define the expectations of the Egyptian masses into reality and make sure the purpose of the revolution that toppled long time dictator, Hosni Mubarak, are best served. Now that the Egyptians felt that Mursi and his Muslim Brotherhood party have hijacked the Revolution, the Army has acted in the best interest of the people of Egypt and it is incumbent upon the International Community to respect that. Egyptians are very clear that by deleting Mursi from office they sent a message that he generally outlived the very purpose for which he was originally elected into public office and as such, the legitimacy through which Mursi came to assume public office in Egypt has been reviewed and come to an end and by failing to respect this decision, the AU is only sending a clear message that if anything it is only dictators dancing in Addis Ababa at the behest of dictators and not African masses.

  5. duri says:

    those who feared for their ass might be behind the union of dictators. I would be surprised had they not taken this action. AU is a collection of pathetic disports who close their mouth whenever any population in Africa put under threat of whatever violence. These are collection of people without moral ground who open their mouth wide ONLY when one of their counterpart (dictator) is at risk.

    I have never heard this barn issue anything on behalf of population anywhere in Africa. Morsi is indeed elected through ballot but he push aside all what he promised and tramped people’s aspiration. He was not leaving up to his promise and went to concentrate power towards him to the maximum possible. Moreover, he should the world how he was in fact a collection of terrorist group who were plotting to bomb Ethiopia. Morsi was indeed stupid the Egyptian population will not regret for his overthrow. It is also good for Ethiopia as he could be the one who could try to bomb Ethiopia through his terrorist cabinet members.

    It is very high time that Ethiopia lose its grip for power and work with all stakeholders of Ethiopia to realize its dream as African business, technological, and political power. Egypt is exposed through God’s power and now the world knows that US has been financing some terrorists within the Egytian political stream without knowing.

  6. galaxy says:

    Losers were hoping more from ehypt’s war drums. But those terrorists are arrested. no more more terrorits inpower in egypt. El bradie is nominated as a PM. he is so cicvilized. is is not uncivilized and backward like Morsi and his group. Morsi and Mubarek are no different. They are not for this 21 centery. they are so back ward. i hope El bradie will perform well in a civilized manner. win-win benefits both countries.
    And Berhanu Nega and shebya being allies of Morsi are the lossers. They will remain lossers for ever

  7. bonkira says:

    for me it is a mockery of justice because afrika union is becoming a western conspiring tool to dismantle afrikans progrese toward real democracy.our histry and identity is sabotized and contexualized for the interest of western people.we need a union of afrika people but free from westerns.afrika is not for sale.

  8. Chombe says:

    AU is irrelevant for Egypt. In fact irrelevant for anyone. Its tge most worthless organization in the world. Egypt is actually one of the 5 African countries fund the AU annual budget. Obviously, AU needs Egypt more than Egypt needs AU. Wait a minuite …. Egyyptians don’t even consider themselves as Africans. They are ashamed of being associated with Africans. For egyptians ,AU could go to hail along with rest of Africans.

  9. FANTA says:

    Terrorism must go, it is not the people’s will. They divided the people between Christian and Muslim. The Christian were suffered of them. Let them go for good. TERRORISTS ARE NOT HUMAN BEING!

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