The Supreme Administrative Court ordered the dissolution of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), the political wing of the recently banned by the Egyptian government Muslim Brotherhood on Saturday “for breaking the law regarding political parties”. The Muslim Brotherhood itself was banned earlier in September but the ruling did not mention its political wing, leaving open the possibility it could be allowed to run in parliamentary elections. Its assets will be seized by the state and the decision is final and cannot be appealed. The FJP’s lawyer said that it was unconstitutional to deprive the defense of the right to appeal. He added that this is a “political decision” made in order to get rid of all the parties that were established after the revolution of January 2011. The decision follows the designation of the Brotherhood as a “terrorist organization” after former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi was overthrown by a military coup. Morsi was elected president and the FJP came out on top in every election in Egypt since the revolution of 2011. Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood members were killed and thousands are detained since Abdel Fattah Sisi took power. The decision to dissolve the FJP comes ahead of new parliamentary elections expected later this year. The Moroccan Times.