Thursday, September 13, 2012

At least the Egyptian President supports free speech

It is notable that the Egyptian President's statement is a strong endorsement of free speech. Perhaps he realizes its value because of his personal history?

"Expressing opinion, freedom to protest and announcing positions is guaranteed but without assaulting private or public property, diplomatic missions or embassies," President Morsi said in a televised statement. He pledged to protect foreigners and condemned the killing of the U.S. envoy in Libya.

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