Muslim Brotherhood leadership trial postponed to April 6
Mohamed Badie during his trial - YOUM7 (Archive)

CAIRO: Cairo Criminal Court postponed Tuesday the trial of Mohamed Badie, the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, and other Brotherhood leaders to April 6, in the case known as the “Rabaa al-Adaweya plan.”

The decision was made to study the measures of judicial disqualification, while the imprisonment of the defendants was extended.

The first trial session of the case was held Tuesday and the 50 defendants are charged with establishing an operations room to call for Brotherhood supporters to confront the state by creating chaos.

General Prosecution investigations suggested that the Brotherhood leaders made a plan to incite breaking in police stations, state institutes and private properties, according to Al-Masry Al-Youm Tuesday.

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