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Egypt Brotherhood’s former Minister of Manpower receives 15-day detention

Muslim Brotherhood former Minister of Manpower Khaled El-Azhary receives 15-day detention

Al-Sayed Gamaleddine, Saturday 31 Aug 2013
Khaled El-Azhary
Muslim Brotherhood former Minister of Manpower Khaled El-Azhary (Photo: Ahram)
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The General Prosecution has ordered the 15-day detention of the Muslim Brotherhood’s former Minister of  Manpower, Khaled El-Azhary, pending investigations. 
 
Al-Azhary has been accused of inciting violence leading to the killing of opponents of ousted President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo’s Bein El-Sarayat district. 
 
Al-Azhary was arrested on Thursday along with senior Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed El-Beltagy in Giza. 
 
Security forces have staged a recent crackdown on prominent Brotherhood members and leaders since the dispersal of two main pro-Morsi sit-ins in Cairo on 14 August.
 
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