Egypt's PM proposes dissolution of Muslim Brotherhood
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi has proposed the legal dissolution of the Muslim Brotherhood and the idea is being studied by the government, a government spokesman said.
Mr Beblawi had made the proposal to the Ministry of Social Affairs - responsible for licensing non-governmental organisations, Mr Sherif Shawky said.
"It is being studied currently," he added.
Violent clashes across Egypt on Friday that pitted supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood against security forces killed 173 people, including 95 in central Cairo, the Health Ministry said on Saturday.