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Mursi supporters reject criminal proble launched against ousted president

A vigil in Cairo as supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi continue to call for his reinstatement. They have been holding open ended protests since the former senior Muslim Brotherhood leader was removed from office July 3 by the army following mass protests against him. They also reject any criminal charges brought against Mursi. (SOUNDBITE)(Arabic) ISLAMIST LEADER, SAFWAT HEGAZY, SAYING: "Of course anything said by the dictators and the junta and the traitors who betrayed the people and betrayed their promises, and who betrayed the revolution, is no a surprise at all. And these people are the ones who should be put on trial for high treason. Dr. Mursi is amongst the most honorable people in Egypt and one of the most honorable people to have ruled Egypt." Earlier on Saturday state prosecutors said they were examining complaints of spying, inciting violence and ruining the economy against the deposed Islamist leader. (SOUNDBITE)(Arabic

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