Morsi Supports Those Who Want Assad Tried For War Crimes
Restating support for rebels
Cairo (CNN) — Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy supports calls by people in Syria for President Bashar al-Assad to be tried for war crimes, he told CNN on Sunday in an exclusive interview.
"The Syrian people through their revolution and through the movement will—when the bloodshed stops—move to a new stage where they will have an independent parliament and a government of their choosing," Morsy, Egypt's first freely elected leader, told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in Cairo. "And then they will decide what they want to do to those who committed crimes against them. It is the Syrian people who decide."