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Legal eagles say flaws of Egypt's justice system are evident in proceedings against former president.
Police fire tear gas at anti-Morsi demonstrators in Cairo, as thousands gather to protest proposed constitution.
Egyptian president faces protests after bestowing himself special powers, but some judges support his declaration.
Stocks drop almost 10 per cent as Muslim Brotherhood calls for protests in support of President Morsi's decree.
Supreme Judicial Council has urged President Morsi to retract decree they see as an "unprecedented attack" on judiciary.
Court ruling to dissolve parliament leads Brotherhood to warn of "dangerous days" such as those under Mubarak regime.
Evan Hill
Rulings dissolve Muslim Brotherhood-led parliament and approve candidacy of Mubarak's last PM in presidential election.
Evan Hill

Egyptian plainclothes police have forcibly broken up a demonstration in solidarity with independent judges and detained at least 11 people from opposition groups, according to witnesses and opposition groups.

A group of Egyptian judges that has been pushing for more judicial independence, says it has cancelled a meeting with a visiting Human Rights Watch delegation because of government pressure.

Egyptian judges are standing by colleagues summoned for questioning over comments on last year's elections.

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