Egypt says it welcomes non-violent Muslim Brotherhood members to join transition
CAIRO (AFP) - The Egyptian authorities insisted Saturday that non-violent members of ousted president Mohamed Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood movement could take part in the country's transition.
"Anyone from the Muslim Brotherhood or the non-Muslim Brotherhood who would like to come back to join the peaceful Egyptian march towards the future will be welcomed," presidential adviser Mustafa Hegazy said.
Egypt "welcomes all parties" that have not committed any "terrorist acts", he added.
Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawi warned separately that there would be "no reconciliation with those who have blood on their hands and have broken the law".