Morsy Ettehadiya trial postponed until 25 June

On Monday, Cairo Criminal Court adjourned the trial of ousted President Mohamed Morsy and 14 others over inciting murder of protesters outside Ettihadiya Palace in December 2012.

The trial was postponed until 25 June. 

The court will hear testimonies from the prosecution's witnesses. A gag order was continued by the court for security reasons.

Morsy, along with 14 others, including seven fugitives, face charges of inciting murder of three opponents of Morsy and injuring others on 5 December 2012 outside Ettehadiya Palace.

Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm


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