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Who killed President Mohamed Morsi


The Egyptian Public Prosecution reveals the circumstances of the death of former president Morsi



Who killed President Mohamed Morsi




The Egyptian Public Prosecution issued a statement on the death of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi al-Ayyat at the age of 68.

According to a statement issued by the prosecution and carried by the agency "Sputnik", it received notification of the death of Mursi while attending the trial session in case No. 56458 for the year 2013 crimes of the first city of Nasr.

She noted that "during the trial and after the defense of the second and third defendants of the pleading, the deceased asked to talk and allowed him to do so, where he spoke for five minutes after the end of his speech the court adjourned the hearing.

The statement added that "during the presence of the defendant Mohammed Morsi al-Ayyat and the rest of the defendants inside the cage fell to an unconscious land where he was immediately transferred to the hospital and found his death."

The prosecution stated in its statement that "the initial medical report, after signing the virtual medical examination, indicated that there was no pressure, no pulse, no breathing movements, and two narrow eyes that were unresponsive to light and external influences. He arrived at the hospital at 4:15 pm (Cairo time) ). There were no apparent recent injuries to the body of the deceased. "

Earlier, Egyptian state television said on Monday that the death of former president Mohamed Morsi in a court that was considering the case of accused of communication, adding that Morsi was fainting and died after the adjournment of the meeting was transferred to the hospital and before that the former president asked the floor during the session and allowed him to do so .

Morsi spent one year in power in Egypt and the current president, Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi, was deposed on July 3, 2013 amid mass protests against his Muslim Brotherhood.

Mursi, a university professor serving a final sentence of 48 years in prison, is now in court wearing blue prison clothes worn by prison inmates.

"We are now in front of the prison hospital waiting for the body to be taken to bury him in the east," lawyer Abdel Moneim Abdel Maqsoud told Reuters.

"President Morsi has been sick for a long time and we have made many requests for his treatment, some of which have been met and some have not."

Mohamed Morsi Issa al-Ayyat was born in August 1951 to a simple Egyptian family in the village of El-Adwa in Sharkia province northeast of Cairo. He received a bachelor's degree in engineering from Cairo University in 1975 and a master's degree in metallurgical engineering from the same university in 1978. He received his doctorate in engineering from the University of Southern California in 1982 .

He also worked as a professor and head of the Department of Materials Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Zagazig University from 1985 to 2010.

Mursi had parliamentary experience as head of the parliamentary bloc of the Muslim Brotherhood in the People's Assembly in the parliamentary session from 2000 to 2005 but lost in the 2005 election, which was marred by fraud allegations.

Morsi, like many opponents, has been arrested more than once.

On the morning of May 18, 2006, Sabihah was arrested with a large number of Brotherhood members before the North Cairo Court and the Magistrates' Court in central Cairo, in solidarity with judges demanding independence for seven months.

He was also arrested on the morning of "Friday of anger" January 28, 2011 after the outbreak of the popular uprising against former President Hosni Mubarak within a number of opposition leaders to prevent them from participating in the protests that day and remained in prison only days.


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