Egypt court hears case against Brotherhood
An Egyptian court hearing a case seeking the dissolution of Muslim Brotherhood on grounds that it not legally registered by the state, on Saturday adjourned the proceedings till October 9.
The State Council Administrative Court began to oversee the case in June filed by lawyer Shehata Mohamed Shehata, demanding that the Brotherhood be disbanded.
The court adjourned the lawsuit till October 9.
The defendants in the lawsuit filed by Shehata include Prime Minister Kamal al-Ganzouri, Finance Minister Momtaz al-Saeed, Social Solidarity and Domestic Trade Minister Gouda Abdel Khaleq, Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie and President Mohamed Mursi.