Egyptian Court has sentenced 75 people to death for accusation of being involved in 2013 demonstrations after Mohammed Morsi was removed from power.
The group among them leaders of Muslim Brotherhood were among the 700 who were accused collectively.
Amnesty International a global movement defending human rights said it was not right and the sentence move goes against the Egyptian Constitution.
The cases of the alleged will be moved to excellent head who will determine whether the sentence is constitutional and right.
The Egyptian constitution gives room for an excellent head which is the highest authority in Muslim religion in the country to inject its views.
In August 2013, Chaos erupted one month after the democratically elected president was kicked out of power where Hundreds of demonstrators lost their lives.
Among the people who were arrested was award winning photographer Mohamoud Abou Zeid commonly known as Shawkan who was arrested while taking Photographs during demonstrations. He has been in custody since he was accused.
His case was postponed on Saturday by Judges.
Reports from Amnesty International says people have been held since then.
“Police have never been interrogated by Egyptian Authority yet they were too involved in chaos,” They said.