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Egypt’s 2014 constitution permits military trials for civilians, and on October 27, 2014, al-Sisi issued a decree expanding military court jurisdiction to cover crimes that occur on any public, state-owned, or “vital” property.Since the decree, prosecutors have referred at least 455 people—the vast majority of them Brotherhood members—to military court.

Pervasive impunity characterized the government’s response to security force abuses.

Only four officers have faced charges for human rights violations since July 3, 2013, when the military overthrew President Mohamed Morsy.

A March 18 court ruling sentenced a police captain to 10 years in prison and three lower-ranking officers to one-year suspended sentences for their role in the tear gas suffocation of 37 protesters in a police van outside Abu Zaabel Prison on August 18, 2013.

An appeals court overturned the convictions on June 7 and referred the case to the prosecutor general for further investigation.

A retrial is scheduled to begin on January 22, 2015.

An Interior Ministry official acknowledged in July 2014 that since Morsy’s ouster a year earlier authorities had arrested 22,000 people, most if not all suspected supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood.As of July 2014, according to Interior Ministry data provided to the presidential fact-finding committee, more than 7,000 people arrested in the fallout from Morsy’s removal remained in pretrial detention.Those detained include around 29,000 Brotherhood members, including its high and mid-level leadership, according to the Brotherhood.Judges routinely ordered detainees held for months based on little, if any, evidence.Thousands arrested after mass protests in 2013 remained in pretrial detention.The arrest campaign expanded in 2014 to include secular and leftist activists on charges that include protesting without authorization, incitement, “thuggery,” vandalism, blocking roads, and belonging to banned or “terrorist” groups.

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