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Egypt’s ex-President Muhammad Mursi to face death penalty in his next hearing, Cairo

It has been two years since the military overthrew Muhammad Mursi from his rule and finally the court has reached to a verdict undermining Mursi’s fate. On his next hearing that is on Tuesday Mursi will be facing the death penalty for all the charges that he is acquitted off.

Muhammad Mursi will be facing some serious charges against him. He is accused of spying for foreign powers and escaping from prison during the 2011 anti-Mubarak revolt. He would also be facing charges of inciting the killing of protesters in the first verdict against him. An Egyptian court had last week sentenced thirteen influential members of the Muslim Brotherhood group to death penalty including the chief. According to experts, there would be no chance that the death sentence could be ruled out as the court has already passed harsh verdicts against the leaders of the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV


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