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埃及计划解除国家紧急宵禁状态

Egypt plans to lift a three-month state of emergency and curfew on Tuesday, two days earlier than expected, two government sources and a security source said.

Egypt's army-backed authorities announced the nightly curfew on August 14, when security forces forcibly ended the two main sit-ins by supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo, prompting waves of violence in which hundreds of people have been killed.

The state of the emergency allowed the authorities to make arrests without warrants and gave security officials the right to search people's homes.

The government's decision, the security source said, came after a court ruling that the state of emergency, that includes the curfew from 1 am to 5 am, expired on Tuesday.

The cabinet said in a statement it was "committed to execute the court ruling and is waiting to receive a copy of the ruling to execute it."

Hundreds of pro-Morsi supporters have been staging almost daily protests against the army since they deposed him in July.

Egyptian authorities have arrested thousands of Islamist activists and Morsi supporters in the past three months.

Many blamed the curfew, which initially started at 7 pm but has been reduced over the weeks, on dampening trade in central Cairo at a time when the government is desperately trying to create jobs and boost an economy that has been badly hit by the turmoil.

简明释义:埃及计划解除为期三个月的紧急状态和宵禁状态,比预期提前两天。当安全部队强行结束了两个主要的静坐被罢黜的前总统穆罕默德·穆尔西在开罗伊斯兰支持者,引发的暴力浪潮,其中有数百人被打死,埃及军方支持当局宣布夜间宵禁。

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