Egypt issues new protest regulation law
Egyptian Interim President Adly Mansour issued Sunday a law regulating protests submitted to his review by the cabinet nearly two weeks ago, state TV reported.
The controversial 'protest law' has drawn a chorus of condemnations by rights groups who say it fails to protect freedoms of assembly and promotes heavy-handed state intervention.
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