Nubian protesters suspend sit-in, meeting with PM scheduled for next week

Mada Masr November 23, 2016

"Nubian rights lawyer Mohamed Azmy, who took part in the protest, told Mada Masr that they broke up the encampment with hopes of reaching a resolution with the government through negotiations.

“There are still ongoing negotiations with the cabinet and the presidency,” said Azmy, adding that a meeting is scheduled with the prime minister for next Monday.

Fatma Emam Sakory, a legal researcher who specializes in Nubian affairs, expressed concerns that the end of the sit-in would result prolonged political negotiations, reducing the likelihood of the protesters achieving their demands."

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