Egypt's Attorney General, Talaat Abduallah, ordered on Saturday investigations in the clashes that took place between protesters and security forces in Mansoura of the Dakahlia governorate.
The clashes left one protester dead after he was run down by an armored police vehicle and more than 12 injured.
The Attorney General also ordered an immediate medical report on the death of Husamadin Abduallah Khater, 29, who had a fractured skull and chest as a result of being run over by the armored vehicle.
Meanwhile, spokesman of the prosecution Mostafa Dowidar told Aswat Masriya, "The prosecution is working non-stop and at its full capacity to serve the country amid the critical crisis it is undergoing."
An armored police vehicle crushed one protester to death and injured another with live ammunition in the head. Dozens of other protesters were injured by rubber-bullets and suffered suffocation from inhaling teargas near the Head Office of the Dakahlia Governorate.
"The violence of the security forces intensified in dealing with the protesters near the headquarters of the Popular Current, where some of the protesters are being treated from injuries of pervious clashes," said the spokeswoman of the Popular Current Heba Yassin pointing out that their headquarters has been a target for the security forces since "the Popular Current announced its solidarity with the calls for civil disobedience," reported the Middle East News Agency.