Giza prosecution is investigating 19 pro-Muslim Brotherhood supporters, charged with rioting in front of a polling station in Mansouria during constitution referendum voting.
They attacked security forces, threw Molotov cocktails at them, possessed unlicensed weapons, protested without permission, and suspended referendum voting process.
North Giza Prosecution mandated National Security to conduct investigations about the defendants and file a lawsuit against them, also to investigate an Al-Jazeera cameraman, who was arrested for filming polling stations in Dokki.
Kafr el-Sheikh prosecution referred 140 pro-Brotherhood supporters to the Criminal Court to be tried on Feb. 7. The defendants were arrested while demonstrating in the city of Kafr el-Sheikh, after the dispersal of Rabaa and Nahda sit-ins on past August.