Abdel-Atti said Morsi has met with top advisers and ministers and urged a new fact-finding mission to speed up work to put in place a new law to ‘‘protect the revolution’’ and allow new trials for former regime members, top security officials and police accused in the killing of protesters during the uprising.
Human rights lawyer Ahmed Ragheb said that it will take more than removing the prosecutor general to reform the judiciary.
‘‘The judiciary is packed by judges who acted as Mubarak’s soldiers. Changing the prosecutor general won’t change that. Instead, drastic reforms are needed,’’ he said.