Egypt court says to hear case against Morsi's decree

By REUTERS
November 26, 2012 15:52

 
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CAIRO - A Cairo administrative court has set a first hearing for December 4 in a case challenging President Mohamed Morsi's decree granting him extra powers, the court said in a statement on Monday.

The case was brought by lawyers and activists, a court source said.

Other moves by Morsi have been challenged in the courts during Egypt's turbulent transition, and sometimes multiple challenges have been made over his actions.

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