Court adjourns Morsy trial over Ettihadiya violence to 3 May

The Cairo Criminal Court adjourned the trial of toppled President Mohamed Morsy and 14 Muslim Brotherhood figures over charges of inciting the killing of protesters at Ettihadiya Presidential Palace to 3 May. 
The media and publication ban in the trial sessions continued upon court order. 
The court will continue hearing the testimony of witnesses on 3 May. 
FJP leader Essam al-Erian will be examined by doctors for suffering from back pain. 
Violence erupted at Ettihadiya Presidential Palace in December 2012 during protests against a constitutional declaration issued by Morsy immunizing his decisions against judicial challenge.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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