Latest polling shows a majority of Egyptian citizens will vote in an upcoming referendum on amending the 2012 Constitution, while 12 percent reject the process.
As the majority of Egyptians suffer through the slumping economy, the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood continues demonstrating for the reinstatement of Morsi.
Brotherhood youth called for demonstrations on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, titled “Assessment Week” of the first 100 days of the mandate of interim President.
Official death toll from violence on October War anniversary rises to 57, with further pro-Morsi protests planned for this week.
The Freedom and Justice Party's legal committee said the state commissioners' recommendation to dissolve the party is non-binding to the judiciary.
State Commissioners Authority advises government to dissolve Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice party.
Hagag Adul, a prominent Nubian Egyptian author, has been appointed to the 50-member committee charged with writing the new constitution.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) has blamed authorities for murdering peaceful protesters during 6 October celebrations on Sunday.
Six people were injured in Suez in clashes between pro-Morsi protesters, security forces, and locals.
Three attacks strike Egypt Monday morning following fresh political violence on Sunday.