Egypt seizes property of 78 Muslim Brotherhood members
Judge Mohammed Yasser Aboul Fotouh, the Secretary General of the committee tasked to manage funds belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood, has said that the committee has decided to seize the properties of 78 new members, Rassd.com reported on Tuesday.
In a statement, the judge said that the committee decided to confiscate the funds of six companies and the properties of their owners since they belong to leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Other confiscated assets included real estates, shares, bonds and bank accounts.
Meanwhile, the statement said that an NGO specialised in Qur’anic studies has been removed from the blacklist and its properties released.
Aboul Fotouh denied that he would hold a press conference to announce new asset freezes.