Erdoğan criticizes West for not speaking out against Morsi’s death sentence in Egypt

17/05/2015 (Sabah – Turkey): Speaking at Istanbul’s Sultangazi Municipality Public Opening Ceremony on Saturday, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan commentated on the death sentence of 106 people including democratically elected ex-President Mohammed Morsi, who was ousted after a bloody military coup headed by current President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.”Egypt’s first democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi sentenced to death? Why isn’t the West taking a stand against the el-Sissi rule? They are just sitting back and watching the death sentence in Egypt,” said President Erdoğan in his speech.Reminding that Morsi was an elected president, taking 52 percent of the votes, Erdoğan said: “Unfortunately, Egypt has given a death sentence to an elected president with 52 percent of the votes…




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