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Egypt court postpones ruling on Muslim Brotherhood's legality

An Egyptian court postponed on Tuesday a ruling on whether President Mohamed Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood is illegal, agreeing to the Islamist group's request for more time to present evidence in a case that has put it on the defensive.

Brought by anti-Brotherhood lawyers, the court case points to the deep antipathy some harbor towards a group that was formally dissolved in 1954 and forced to operate underground until President Hosni Mubarak was ousted two years ago.

The impact of any ruling against the Brotherhood is likely to be more political than practical: analysts find it inconceivable that the state will take any measures against a group that is now at the heart of power.

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But such a decision could stir more rancor against the Islamists as they face increasingly violent protests.

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Lawsuit Calls For Holding Referendum On Morsi's Legitimacy

Lawsuit Calls For Holding Referendum On Morsi's Legitimacy | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

A lawsuit filed before Egypt's Judiciary Administrative Court, at the State's Council, by Ahmed Mohamed, an Egyptian lawyer. The lawsuit calls for retuning a verdict suspend the coming parliamentary elections and also holding a referendum on the legitimacy of President Mohamed Morsi.

The lawsuit mentioned that the Egyptians are witnessing the current incidents and know that the state is on the brink of a bankruptcy to create a crisis; consequently a hunger revolution will erupt to destroy the state and its institutions. All these reasons may lead to a civil war among the Egyptians, so holding a referendum on Morsi's legitimacy is necessary.

 

A high majority of Egyptians are against the policies of President Morsi and his government, which is not able to manage the country's affairs, the lawsuit elaborated; adding that there are three cities seek toppling President Morsi, they are Ismailia, Suez and Port Said.

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