Interim President: Egypt to suppress all protests
Azerbaijan, Baku, August 5 /Trend A.Taghiyeva /
The Egyptian authorities are ready for a peaceful dialogue to resolve the political crisis, but all attempts to hold demonstrations in the country will be suppressed, Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour said, the Al Arabiya channel reported on Monday.
"All members of the Egypt's Security Council have unanimously decided not to allow the demonstrations to continue," Mansour said.
The interim head of Egypt also said that all those responsible for the deaths of civilians during the protests will be brought to justice.
On July 3 Egypt's army ousted the Islamist President Mohamed Morsi from power, suspended the Constitution and asked the head of the Constitutional Court to perform the duties of head of state for a transitional period.
Morsi supporters who disagree with the army's decision, conduct daily protests demanding the return of the president and restoration of the constitution.
The Egyptian court also decided to arrest Morsi for 15 days as a part of the on-going investigation.
The court accused the ousted president of cooperation with Hamas, as well as the escape from prison during the 2011 revolution.