Morsi is already serving a 20-year sentence after being convicted for the killing of protesters during demonstrations in 2012
In the three years he has been president, Sissi has proved he outdoes his teacher Mubarak when it comes to limiting freedom of expression
Morsi was one of 22 high-ranking Muslim Brotherhood officials and supporters convicted last year of spying for fellow-Islamist group Hamas.
Former president will be given a new trial. Five other leaders of now-banned Muslim Brotherhood also had their death sentences quashed.
Eight men escorted Lilian Daoud out of her home in what some say is a ‘new high’ in government crackdown on dissenting voices. An Egyptian security official said she was deported because her residency permit expired.
Charges include passing state secrets to Qatar during the ousted president's rule.
The former president also stands by his wife's stance of non-neutrality on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
149 defendants are alleged to have attacked a police station in the town of Kerdasa in 2013 after Morsi's ouster, killing 11 policemen and two civilians.
The run-up to the Monday anniversary has seen stepped-up security measures and a new wave of arrests in downtown Cairo.
'The administrators of these pages were arrested on charges of inciting against state institutions and spreading the ideas of the Muslim Brotherhood,' says Interior Ministry.