‘Leave Sisi’ continues to trend on Twitter

The Arabic hashtag ‘Leave Sisi’ continues to trend on Twitter with Egyptians using the social networking platform to call on Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to stand down.

Leave Sisi started trending last week after President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said he was willing to hold annual presidential elections and leave his position if that was what Egyptians wanted.

Speaking at the World Youth Forum in Sharm Al-Sheikh Sisi responded to a question by a journalist on human rights violations in Egypt by saying figures quoted on the crisis abroad are inaccurate and not given in context.

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