The Supreme Administrative Court’s State Commissioners Authority recommended the Muslim Brotherhood be dissolved due to its shaky legal status, according to state-owned Akhbar al-Youm’s website Wednesday.
He told Al-Masry Al-Youm Wednesday that the report issued by the State Commissioners Authority was “inopportune,” since it was issued on an old case, adding that the group is “legitimate.”
He also speculated on the timing of the report, which comes amid “recent attacks on the Guidance Bureau and at a time when some seek to inflame violence and the target the group.”
He stressed that this case has nothing to do with the cases being ruled on next Tuesday. He also noted “there are judicial rulings confirming the legitimacy of the group,” however, he did not specify any such cases.