Egypt grants diplomatic immunity to military officers who led bloody 2013 crackdown

“The officers will be given the benefits and rights of a sitting government minister, and will enjoy diplomatic immunity when travelling abroad.  They also will be protected from prosecution for any offences committed in the course of duty between 3 July 2013 – the day Mr Sisi led the military’s overthrow of Morsi following mass protests against his rule – and 10 January 2016 – when the Egyptian parliament was reconvened.  That period featured one of the bloodiest episodes in Egypt’s modern history.”

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