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Latest in Tag: constitutional court
Earlier this month, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi issued a presidential decree to relieve Marei of his duties and allow him to retire due to his severe illness, while adding the remaining two years and four months of his term to his work record.
Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court issued on Saturday its final decision concerning the Tiran and Sanafir case, ordering the annulment of all previous verdicts, according to local news outlets. The first verdict annulled was the Urgent Matters Court decision to confirm the agreement, while the second was the Administrate Court verdict to refuse the agreement. The …
The session coincided with the Urgent Matters Court revoke of an appeal to annul the agreement
The articles regarding judicial authorities raised concerns about the separation of powers
Both sides in the case gave their closing statements during Sunday’s court session
Appeal session was postponed following lawyer Khaled Ali’s request
The appeal was filed in mid-August to stop the implementation of the Administrative Court ruling to annul the agreement
The amendment was sent by the Justice Ministry to the council’s legislative department
Cancelling, moving, or postponing a protest should be based on a judicial decision made prior to the start of a protest, says cabinet
The cabinet is waiting for the Constitutional Court to publish the recommendations in the state’s official newspaper in order to amend it
While the court’s decision has been received with praise, many activists and lawyers had hoped for bigger changes to the Protest Law
“Cancelling elections now saves the state a waste of EGP 1bn,” says former State Council president
The scandal has played out with a spate of wiretaps and social media leaks implicating Erdogan in graft and exposing high-level security talks weighing military action in Syria.
A new constituent assembly was ratified today by the president in order to modify the 2012 constitution.
The one year anniversary of Mohamed Morsi’s election is approaching fast. From a substitute candidate to a very controversial president; Morsi remains one of the revolution’s big surprises. During the 18 days back at the square, we had a strange sense of certainty that there could be no president from the Muslim Brotherhood. I even …
Shura Council designates 25 May session for discussion of controversial amendments to the judiciary law
Last Thursday the news websites greeted us with a picture of the US Ambassador to Egypt, Anne Patterson, celebrating the decision of the US department of agriculture to allow the importation of Egyptian strawberries to the American market by opening a box of strawberries and eating one. On that same day, we were also greeted …
About 6,700 judges from different judicial bodies will oversee referendum
Supreme Constitutional Court judges refuse to work amid protests
Over 20 members to withdraw if demands unmet
Freedom and Justice, Al-Nour, and Arab Egyptian Socialist parties to participate
The current circumstances under which the constitution is being drafted does not represent the ideals nor values embodied by the January 25th Revolution.
Islamist parliamentarian says no to prospect of alliances
The Supreme Constitutional Court revokes President’s decision, Morsy declares ruling ‘invalid’
People’s Assembly convenes briefly and awaits Cassation Court ruling