Bunch of monkeys

That's the best description I could give to the Egyptian MP's and their behaviour during the sessions to approve the President's constitutional Fiasco ammendments. The following examples reported by egyptian newspapers. I am not making any of this stuff up:

"..And that's when the crisis started between the NDP MP's and the Independent MP's, who in order to stall the vote stood on their chairs and started throwing chants at each other, so the NDP MP's started singing the egyptian national anthem 'Beladi Beladi' and urged the Independent MP's to sing along!" Al-Ahram

" Al-Ghad Party MP Ragab Hellal Hemeidah criticiszed the way the debate over the constitutional ammendments has been conducted, wondering what kind of debate over the ammednment is there when the only change the NDP MP's allowed so far has been an apostrophe and a period!" Al-Ahram newspaper

" Head of parliament Fathy Surrour, reportedly upset at the Muslim Brotherhood MP's for opposing the constitutional ammendments, told the MP's ' We have reached an impasse. You broke the agreement between me and you and you showed you can not be trusted. Don't talk to me again because I have nothing to say to you!' " Al Ahram newspaper

"And during the discussions over ammendment 88, MP Mostafa Bakry announced that he will not run for Parliament again if it gets approved, and suffered a stroke the moment it got approved and was transported quickly to the emergency room." Al Masry Al Youm

" When the NDP MP's, seemingly not paying attention voted for chnaging one of the proposed ammendments, Fathy Surrour, head of parliament, informed them of their mistake, started a re-vote and demanded that the MP's 'wake up a little!'" AL Masry Al Youm

"NDP MP Mufeed Shehab described the walk out of the Independent MP's and their boycott of the vote 'Intellectual terrorism and dictatorship' because 'they are a minority that want to tell the Majority what to do!'" Rose Al Yousef! 

Ahh, ya Om el Doniah! 

12 Comments on Bunch of monkeys

  1. Eric
    March 21, 2007 at 3:52 pm

    Politicians: It doesn’t matter which country. Welcome to the Monkey House.

    Reply
  2. Hend
    March 21, 2007 at 6:45 pm

    u said it SM! aaah ya om el donya!

    Reply
  3. Winston
    March 22, 2007 at 2:42 am

    LMAO!

    Cant help laughing..

    Reply
  4. heyhey
    March 22, 2007 at 6:29 pm

    i have this new kool blog,,,please everyone visit it…www.slickblog.wordpress.com
    please please please comment on any articles im trying to get it up and running

    Reply
  5. Giacomo
    March 22, 2007 at 10:45 pm

    Amnesty International has today issued a statement on the upcoming Egyptian Referendum , reiterating that it must not be used to legitimize any erosion of human rights

    Reply

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