Giulio RegeniSince the Murder of the Italian Researcher … the Italian Parliament is (Angry) and the Egyptian Parliament is (Ambiguous)
60 days passed since the brutal murder of the Italian student Giulio Regeni amid international accusation and internal denial and lying. In that period the Italian parliament showed strong positions towards the murder of its citizen, the statements of suffering and the refusing of the Egyptian Ministry of Interior to speak. On the other hand the Egyptian parliament didn’t show a reaction that displays its interest in the incident.
El-Youm el-Jadid, April 4th 2016
Italy: We are Waiting for the Truth and Hope for the Cooperation of Egypt in Regeni’s Case
On Tuesday evening the Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi announced that the position of his government over the murder of Giulio Regeni is “clear and strong, we hope that Egypt is cooperating with our judges”.
Al-Masri al-Youm, April 5th 2016
Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Refused to Comment on the Statement of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Confirmed: the Situation is Becoming More Complicated
The official spokesman of the Egyptian ministry of Foreign Affairs Ahmed Abu Zeid refused to comment on the statement delivered by the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs before the Italian Senate on the 5th of April about the murder of the Italian student Giulio Regeni.
Al-Youm al-Sabi‘, April 5th 2016
Regeni’s Crisis Besieges Cairo
In a new escalation, Italy directed a strongly-worded statements to Egypt on Tuesday, and said it would take «immediate» actions against Cairo, if it did not fully cooperate with them in the case of murdering of the Italian student Giulio Regeni.
Al-Masry al-Youm, April 6th 2016
European Diplomats: we are Waiting for the Truth about Regeni’s Case
April 8 will be a decisive day for Egyptian-European relations and we hope that the Italian side will not become more rigid in its demands.
Al-Shuruq, April 6th 2016