Egypt moves to rein in police

Mourners criticism a genocide of Mohamed Ali, a 23 year-old driver, who was shot passed overnight during a brawl with a military sergeant, outward internal confidence domicile in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Feb. 19, 2016.Image copyright

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Protesters collected in Cairo following a murdering of a cab motorist by a military officer

The Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, has pronounced that military officers guilty of tellurian rights abuses will face worse movement underneath new laws.

His remarks follow a criticism in Cairo after a cab motorist was shot passed by a policeman during a brawl over a fare.

The box was a latest of many purported cases of military savagery in Egypt.

The protesters collected outward a Cairo confidence directorate on Thursday night and chanted “the interior method are thugs”.

The interior method had announced progressing that a policeman, who was badly beaten by a throng after a killing, had been arrested in hospital.

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Crowds carried a coffin of cab motorist Mohamed Ali Sayed Ismail yet a streets

A matter from Mr Sisi’s bureau pronounced he had told Interior Minister Magdy Abdel Gaffar that abuses were carried out by a “number of policemen” and “must be stopped”.

President Sisi pronounced changes to a laws to concede for harsher penalties for military officers would be done within 15 days.

The Egyptian personality has each reason to worry about pubic disturbance over military excesses, that were among a factors that led to a series of 2011, says a BBC’s Cairo Correspondent Orla Guerin.

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