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SCAF balance sheet at a glance
Below is the balance sheet at a glance
Wael Eskandar, Monday 29 Aug 2011
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The following outlines the major promises pledged by the ruling military council in communiqués on their official Facebook page and widely repeated statements on television and other media outlets. 

 

Promise

Status

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Rebuild the church in Atfeeh, Helwan before Easter

Fulfilled

Media Release

Rebuild the churches in Imbaba and compensating for damages

Fulfilled

Communiqué 48

Release of some civilians subjected to military trials

Fulfilled

Communiqués 29, 30,36, 40,55

Investigate Hosni Mubarak and his family

Fulfilled

Communiqué  35

Hold parliamentary elections in September

Broken

Media Releases

Leave power within 6 Months

Broken

Media Releases

To protect protests and protesters

Broken

Communiqués 1, 68 and others

Answer queries within 24 hours

Broken

Communiqué  2

Execute necessary reforms that meet the legitimate demands and aspirations of the Egyptian people

Unfulfilled

Communiqué  6

Take all necessary precautions to ensure military police does not deal violently with protesters

Broken

Communiqué  22

Release all arrested on 25 February

Broken

Communiqué  23

Presidential Elections will not be postponed to 2012

Unfulfilled

Communiqué  28

Investigation into the torture of female protesters and taking corrective actions

Broken

Communiqué  29

Military trials only used for acts of thuggery

Broken

Communiqués  30, 68

Bring those involved in corruption and killers of protesters quickly to justice, return stolen wealth and equality of citizens before the law

Broken

Communiqué  31

Investigate Zamalek vs African match events

Unfulfilled

Communiqué  32

Egyptian media has the complete freedom to discuss any topic, military never interferes

Broken

Communiqué  42

Egyptians abroad to vote in next elections

Unfulfilled

Communiqué  49

Retry all youth subjected to military trials

Unfulfilled

Communiqué  50

Investigate the death of Ramy Fakhry

Unfulfilled

Communiqué  53

Take the side of revolutionary youth

Unknown

Media Releases; numerous Communiqués

 



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Reda Sobky
29-08-2011 10:07pm
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scaf
It feels like the peaceful competition for power and ultimately its peaceful transfer to others is a new concept in Egypt and losing power is associated historically with decline and maybe death (non flourishing) and this is not helped by the lack of confidence that others will voluntarily relinquish power and thus accept decline without fighting to the death and Mubarak fought to the death of others. There needs to be a collective affirmation that this dictatorship thing cannot happen again, ever and the supraconstitutional principles must affirm this otherwise as has happened in the past, not winning means death at the hands of the winner.
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jack
29-08-2011 06:22pm
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Military never left power
The military is, was, and always have been the regime you threw out. What do you expect from the wolves you have chosen to guard the chickens.
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azza sedky
29-08-2011 04:48pm
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Yes, it should have done more
I agree that SCAF has not fulfilled all its promises. And we should continue to ask it to fulfill these promises and do more. However, a civil conversation would get us more than the following: http://azzasedky.typepad.com/egypt/2011/08/the-fixation-on-scaf-.html
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bjørn holst bespersen
29-08-2011 04:22pm
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hmmm
Back during the protests the only "unbloody" way to remove Mubarak from power seemed that the military pushed him out. I think most tried to be optimistic and hoped that the military had realized that they had to continue a process that corresponded with the demands of the protesters. But the deep roots of the military into the existing system was an obvious concern....and - to me - so was the glazed over eyes of Tantawi. To me they told of a corrupted person with a lost integrity. Someone believing he doesn't have to listen and who is impossible (or almost impossible) to reach. I hope you find a way to a freer future.
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