Cairo: — Giza Criminal Court (Circuit 5-Terrorism), convened at Police Trustees Institute and headed by judge "Mohamed Nagy Shehata", decided to postpone the case known in media as "Council of Ministers", in which Ahmed Doma and 269 others are accused, to the hearing of August 4 (with the continuation of the defendants' custody). The court ordered the public prosecution to announce the rest of the prosecution witnesses, and allowed the accused defense to extract an official copy of the technical committee's report, whereas it refused any other requests from the defense.
Egypt: ''Council of Ministers' Case Adjourned
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