Custody of Muslim Brotherhood business leader Hassan Malek extended for the 13thtime
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The appeals judge in the Egyptian Giza Criminal Court on Sunday remanded in custody, for the thirteenth time, Brotherhood businessman Hassan Malek, for 45 days, pending further investigation.
Malek has denied in court all charges against him, including participating in demonstrations against the “June 30thRevolution” or financing them. He also denied plotting to harm the Egyptian economy, pointing out that his money was impounded by the Muslim Brotherhood Asset Freeze Committee.