Statement: The Free Front for Peaceful Change

Egyptian Youth form national coalition by Wael Ghonim

The Free Front for Peaceful Change condemns and rejects the threats of Saudi authorities regarding the trial of the deposed president. We regard these threats as interference in the Egyptian internal affairs, objecting with the national and popular resolve endorsed by the great January 25th Revolution.

We also announce the formation of an official delegation of the Front to hand a memorandum of protest to the Saudi Ambassador at the statements made by Saudi authorities. These statements contradict with the resolve of Egyptians, who want to put the tyrant Mohammad Hosni Mubarak to trial. This delegation will meet the Saudi Ambassador on Sunday- 10.04.2011 at 12.00 p.m. The Front also demands an official apology from all Saudi official authorities to the Egyptian People for these statements.

There will also be a press conference in front of the embassy after handing the memorandum.


The Free Front for Peaceful Change condemns and rejects what happened at Dawn with the unarmed demonstrators at Tahrir Square.

We demand starting an urgent investigation and an immediate trial for all involved in this incident. We stress that the slowness of the Military Council in putting Mubarak and the rest of his former regime to trial is one of the most important reasons for the incidents. We also stress that the ambiguity and slowness in the Purge of the country of corrupts is the certain danger to Egyptian national security. We warn about and are concerned that there might be secret hands mastering the setup between the Army and the People.

Spokesman of the Front, Essam Al Sherief, stated that what happened stressed that the remnants of the NDP and some hidden elements were manipulating the security and stability of the Egyptian street. He added that these elements were trying to divide the Army and the People. He said the Military Council should show its goodwill and accelerate Mubarak’s trial and the trial of the rest of the corrupt regime to preserve the security or our Great Egypt.

The Free Front for Peaceful Change

Egypt’s Youth Front for all the people of Egypt


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