FJP trial adjourned to August 4
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CAIRO The High Administrative Court adjourned Saturday the trial deciding the dissolution of The Freedom and Justice Party, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, to August 4, Youm7 reported.

Former parliamentary member Hamdy al-Fakharany, General Coordinator of the Independence Current and head of the Democratic Peace Party Ahmed Fadaly and other politicians filed lawsuits to dissolve the party last year.

In October 2013, the state commissioner recommended the Administrative Court to issue a final verdict of dissolving the party.

Article 74 of the 2014 constitution states that no political activity may be practiced and no political parties may be formed on the basis of religion or discrimination based on sex or origin or on sectarian basis or geographic location.

The court also adjourned Saturday the trial of dissolving the Nour Party, the political arm of the Salafist party, to October 18.

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