“There will be no reconciliation with those whose hands have been stained with blood and who turned weapons against the state and its institutions,” Beblawi told reporters. His proposal to dissolve the Brotherhood raises the stakes in the struggle for the control of Egypt, BBC reported.
If it is acted upon, it could force the group underground and allow its sources of funding to be targeted.Despite being closely allied to deposed president Morsi’s government, the Brotherhood has always been a banned organisation - dissolved in 1954 by Egypt’s military rulers.
But it recently registered itself as a non-governmental organisation. Meanwhile, the Muslim Brotherhood announced more protests.
A statement by the Anti-Coup Alliance said several marches would take place in the Egyptian capital this afternoon, continuing the daily campaign of protests in defiance of a security crackdown.
On Saturday, security forces cleared the al-Fath mosque in Cairo after a long stand-off with Muslim Brotherhood supporters barricaded inside.