The Muslim Brotherhood has flatly rejected the interim government plans to overhaul the constitution and elect a new government and president in the next six months.
Once again tens of thousands of supporters of incarcerated ousted president Mohamed Mursi took to the streets of Cairo to voice their fury.
Safwat Hejazi from the Brotherhood said:
“What is new today is they killed young people during prayers, for us that means we a close to victory, because the military council has lost its mind and balance.”
To add to the already volatile situation the families of the 51 Mursi supporters killed on Monday have been informed they will only be allowed to have the bodies of their relatives returned if they accept state post- mortem reports.
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