4 January 2013

Egypt: Public Prosecution Receives a Report by a Fact-Finding Commission

Public Prosecutor Talaat Ibrahim will receive within a few days a report by a fact-finding commission over murders of protesters during 18 months of a transitional period.

Counselor Omar Marwan, Secretary-General of the Presidential Fact-Finding Commission, said 16 investigating groups are probing 16 incidents during the period between January 25, 2011 and June 30, 2012.

Marwan said that the intelligence agency, the army and the interior ministry have provided all related documents and evidence after the election of the president.

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