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24/06/2012 After the Victory of Morsi

24/06/2012 After the Victory of Morsi

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Published by: الاشتراكيون الثوريون on Jun 25, 2012
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Revolutionary Socialist Statement After the Victory of Morsi:
Do Not Leave the Squares Before We Win Our Demands 
June 24, 2012The Revolutionary Socialistshttp://www.e-socialists.net/node/8857
Once more the citizens have proven that they are still capable of aborting the plots of the military andthe forces of counterrevolution. They have proven that revolutionary legitimacy is capable of seizingthe deserved benefits of our democratic and social revolution. Here we see the plans of the militarycouncil fall back before our eyes - even if only temporarily - beneath the pressure of the citizens and their steadfastness in the squares. We see the terror of the generals at the possibility that this revolutionarywave would transform into a flood that their rule could not withstand. We should be optimistic today, asour revolution has achieved an important victory along the way by defeating Shafiq, but there are stillfateful challenges before us. With the success of millions of Egyptians in frustrating the plans for the progression of the military fascistcandidate, despite the massive fraud and violations that were practiced to his benefit, we stand todaywith the military coup hanging as the sword of Damocles over our heads, hanging over the revolutionaryforces confronting it with the utmost solidity and firmness. From here on, we place great value on themany efforts and initiatives that have been put forth during the past days, striving to build a front unifyingthe revolutionary ranks to end military rule. There still remain in the pockets of the military many traps and tricks. Given our previous experience,many doubts still surround the promises of the Muslim Brotherhood to continue with their sit-in after thesuccess of their candidate until all demands have been achieved. It is incumbent upon the Brotherhoodyouth today not to permit the repetition of the leadership’s mistakes leading to their abstention, bringingour revolution to this point a second time. Perhaps the military’s boasting the dissolution of parliamentwas a decision they took long ago and only now took “out of the desk drawer” reveals the frailty of anyruler as long as Mubarak’s generals rule from behind the curtain. The recent days and weeks have removed many masks, revealing the truth about numerous proclaimersof revolution who, when their interests were at stake, threw themselves into the embrace of the militarywithout hesitation. For this reason the coming weeks will be a discriminating sorting process for the political forces still present in the field, based on the degree of persistence in their positions anddetermination to satisfy the aspirations of the masses. The people will have no mercy on the Brothers or any others if they return to negotiations behind closed doors with the military yet again. We call upon all revolutionary forces to align in opposition to the military’s plans, to join immediately thosestationed in the squares and to stand firm until the implementation of the following demands: 

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