The United Nations called for a "thorough and transparent investigation" into the death of Mohamed Morsi in court when thousands of people in the Middle East paid their respects to the former president of Egypt on Tuesday.
The UN Human Rights Office said the investigation should cover all aspects of its treatment during nearly six years of its detention.
Egypt's first democratically elected president was buried in a small family ceremony early Tuesday, one day after suffering a fatal heart attack in a court in Cairo. His sons said:
"There have been concerns about Mr Morsi's conditions of detention, including access to adequate medical care and adequate access to his lawyers and family …" said UN human rights spokesman Rupert Colville ,
"The investigation should be carried out by a judicial or other competent authority independent of the magistrate and charged with the prompt, impartial performance of a judicial or other inquiry into effective investigations into the circumstances and causes of death" he.
Morsi was overthrown on July 3, 201
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Morsi's death has caused condolence from the Middle East.
"I mourn for myself and for all the free people of the world the death of a great effort on the path of freedom," said Tawakkol Karman, co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Al Jazeera Jamal Elshayyal reported from Doha that hundreds of mourners had gathered in a local mosque to pay the Nobel Peace Prize former president.
"The presence of Khaled Meshaal, former leader of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas, is proof that Morsi is seen as advocating other causes, such as the struggle for freedom in Palestine," he said. 19659004] Turkish President The Ent Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited a prayer service in Istanbul for the former Egyptian president.
In the Fatih Mosque in Istanbul, where thousands were praying, Erdogan Morsi called a "martyr" and blamed Egypt's "tyrants" for his death. I did not believe that Morsi died for natural reasons.
"I do not think this was a normal death," said Erdogan, an important proponent of Morsi.
The Turkish president also condemned the Egyptian authorities for discreetly burying Morsi, with only a small number of family members and confidants in attendance.
Journalists were kept away from the burial service in Cairo while a family's request to bury him in his hometown was rejected.
However, the mourners still gather in the home province of former President Sharqiya to pay their respects [1 9659005] Exiled Egyptian opposition politician Ayman Nour called Mursi "a martyr purposely killed".
Amr Darrag, a senior member of the Brotherhood political party who also lives in exile, said, "Sisi is the killer, and there must be a transparent and independent international investigation."
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have also called for a credible investigation of Morsi's death.
"The Egyptian government is now responsible for his death because she failed to do so." He was in prison and was treated worse than the already terrible conditions for Egyptian prisoners, "HRW said in a statement to Al Jazeera HRW Department of the Middle East and North Africa told Al Jazeera, Mursi's "terrible, but completely predictable" death to complain.
The Egyptian government has very clearly known about his prohibition medical condition .He had lost a lot of weight, was before Fainted several times and was held in solitary confinement almost around the clock. "
As a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Morsi won Egypt's first presidential release in 2012, a year after a riot in which longtime leader Hosni Mubarak had fallen.
The ruling AK Party of Turkey supported the government of Morsi. "There are Arab dissidents and journalists who have been living in Turkey since the beginning of the Arab Spring and who are here to support Mursi's cause," said Sinem Koseoglu of Al Jazeera of Istanbul's Fatih Mosque. His death, 67-year-old Morsi , was confronted with a multitude of charges, which he described as politically motivated along with many human rights groups and independent observers.
Thousands of members of the now-banned Muslim broth The organization erhood, which had been arrested following the 2012 coup, is still in jail.
The Egyptian government has rejected the allegations that the former president has been treated badly.