At an election rally in Istanbul, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed he was murdered, citing evidence the deposed Egyptian president allegedly "flailed" in a Cairo courtroom for 20 minutes on Monday and nobody assisted him.
"Such officials proclaim their respect for democracy and human rights, while their actions and practices indicate that they exclusively seek to remain in power through all possible means, which has turned them into tyrannical dictatorships", Hafez said, without mentioning Erdogan or Turkey by name.
People hold picture of former ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi during a demonstration.
Human Rights Watch has described the charges against Morsi as politically motivated.
"Mursi unfortunately writhed on the ground for 20 minutes at the courthouse and authorities didn't intervene".
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At the time of his death, Morsi faced a host of legal charges, which he, along with numerous human rights groups and independent observers, said were politically motivated.
Attorney-General Nabil Sadiq issued a statement saying: "The accused, Mohammed Morsi, in the presence of the other defendants inside the cage, fell unconscious, where he was immediately transferred to the hospital".
Mr Erdogan on Tuesday joined in prayer at an Istanbul mosque for the former Egyptian leader.
The calls for such an investigation have, until now, been from Mr Morsi's supporters and human rights groups, which the government has dismissed as politically motivated.
Colville called Tuesday for a probe into whether the conditions Morsi faced during his almost six years in custody had contributed to his death.
The group's Middle East director, Sarah Leah Whitson, said on Twitter on Monday that Morsi's imprisonment was "cruel and inhumane" and said he was "deprived of family visits and medical care". Egypt's government has dismissed accusations that he was badly treated.