A new development in the case of Muhammad Ramadan and "insulting" Samira Abdel Aziz

 In a new development regarding what was raised during the past few days about the Egyptian artist Mohamed Ramadan's "offensive" statements against the able Egyptian artist Samira Abdel Aziz, Egyptian Senator Yasser Al-Hudaybi submitted an urgent parliamentary memorandum to summon the Minister of Culture and the Captain of Actors, following these "abusive" statements to a member of The Senate and a symbol of Egyptian art.”

Al-Hudaybi said, according to a number of newspapers and websites, "Over the past hours, everyone has witnessed the artist Mohamed Ramadan's abuse of a great symbol of art in Egypt and the Arab world, the artist and MP Samira Abdel Aziz, and she was subjected to verbal abuse, which requires taking deterrent measures by all concerned state institutions. matter."

Al-Hudaybi added, "Ramadan must be held accountable for misusing social media, in accordance with the articles of Law No. 175 of 2018 on combating information technology crimes, as he has repeatedly fabricated crises and problems from artworks that contradict the values ​​of society, including the crisis of the late pilot, and also the video that was published On his page, during which he announced the state's reservation of his money in banks, in full insistence on issuing to citizens that the government is seizing citizens' money, which weakens the citizen's confidence in depositing his money in Egyptian banks..

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