Egypt PM says decision to break up sit-in is final

August 7, 2013 16:46

CAIRO- Egypt's interim prime minister said on Wednesday the government had not retreated from its decision to break up two Cairo sit-ins by supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi.

Hazem el-Beblawi, speaking in a televised statement, said the decision to break up the protest camps was final. He also said the protesters had "broken all the limits of peacefulness" by inciting violence, using weapons, blocking roads, and detaining citizens.

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