Criminal Tribunal of Egypt approved the verdict of the execution of the death of the former powers of the President Mohammed Mursi in the case of a mass escape favorites "Muslim Brothers" from prison in 2011, reports Reuters. The sanctions also received spiritual leader "of the Muslim brotherhood Mohammed Badie.
On 16 may, the Tribunal hearing this case, Morsi sentenced to death. But the decision was preliminary, for one would need the consent of the Supreme mufti of the powers - Shawki Alam, says The Guardian.
On the morning of 16 June, the court sentenced Morsi, Badie and 17 Islamists to life in prison (corresponds to 25 years in prison for espionage in favor of a foreign state.
Three other leaders of the "Muslim Brothers" - Khairat al-Shater (Khairat el-Shater, Mohamed al-Beltagy (Mohamed el-Beltagy and Ahmed Abdelati (Ahmed Abdelaty) - the Tribunal approved the death verdicts in the case of state treason and espionage. Capital punishment in absentia and sentenced 13 members of the group. Today they are on the run. Group the escape of prisoners, one of whom was the former head of Egypt happened in the days of the revolution on 25 January 2011. Then the country was gripped by a group of excitement, and many protests and violent actions were, as it turned out, the Islamists.
Morsi, backed by the Islamist group Muslim brotherhood, was ousted as head of the country in consequence of the military coup on 3 July 2013. The protests in the country started in early November 2012. The demonstrators demanded the resignation of newly elected President Morsi, signed the Declaration, according to which the head of the country received the right to dissolve the upper house of Parliament and to issue various decrees aimed at protecting the revolution". The opposition accused him of usurpation of power. During the protests of opponents and allies of the President have killed at least 6 people, 650 were injured.
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