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Presidential Spokesperson Bassam Rady stated that the meeting dealt with following up on the efforts of the ministry to complete the backlog of cases in the courts, as well as prepare a national legislative database.
The decree also applies to the offenses set forth in Law No. 107 of 2013 on the organisation of the right to public meetings, peaceful processions, and demonstrations, and the offenses set forth in the Anti-Terrorism Law promulgated by Law No. 94 of 2015.
Taraneh Alidoosti has found herself in the center of a social media controversy after cameras caught a women’s rights symbol tattooed on her arm. Feminism is seen negatively in the Islamic republic.
The rejected recommendations dealt a range of issues such as death penalty, torture, Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, detention facilities, military courts and protest law.
Party presented short- and long-term recommendations to end ‘political turmoil’
FJP’s Farid Ismail to serve seven years for inciting violence
The 14 adult defendants were handed 11-year prison sentences, while seven minors were ordered into a juvenile facility until their 18th birthdays, at which point their cases would be re-evaluated.
The prominent activist risks being tortured in police custody, says Amnesty International
Sinai journalist handed six month suspended prison sentence after multiple delays
Four in Suez sentenced for breaking curfew
The network asked renowned legal firm Carter-Ruck, a specialist in international law, to take action in the international courts and before the United Nations
The declaration of 33 articles establishes schedule of transitional period
Experts weigh in on Morsi’s decisions concerning the Egyptian judicial system
Spokesperson for public prosecution admits previous way of hiring was not transparent
Public prosecution spokesperson Mostafa Deweidar says his dismissal from Tanta Judges’ Club invalid
Moderate Islamist party ‘looks forward’ to judges drafting own bill but rejects encroachment on legislative branch
President Mohamed Morsi will sponsor a Justice Conference in which the judiciary will draft its own judiciary bill that the president promises to sponsor and present to the Shura Council
Prosecutor General Tala’at Abdallah’s request for court bench to reverse his appointment adjourned to Tuesday
Judges’ Club general assembly demands reinstatement of Abdel Meguid Mahmoud and apology from President Mohamed Morsi
Presidency denies reports of Pakinam El Sharkawy or Essam Haddad becoming deputy prime minister, reaffirms respect for judiciary
Abdeen Court orders release of 30 people charged with rioting, blocking the road, and attacking security forces
President Mohamed Morsi assures top judges he will safeguard their independence
National Salvation Front says new judiciary law being discussed in parliament is intended to help forge elections, calls on youth to join
Former president Hosni Mubarak’s acquittal from graft charges repealed
Minister of Justice resigns following protests calling for his dismissal and ‘cleansing’ of the judiciary
Supreme Administrative Court rejects presidency’s appeal of earlier verdict suspending elections for lower house of parliament
Salafi preacher Abdallah Badr’s appeal of prison sentence for insulting actress Elham Shahin fails
Ahmed Anwar faces trial for posting a video accusing the police of failing to uphold security
Prosecutor general should leave office in order to uphold court verdicts and the rule of law, the nation’s topmost judges said in a statement
Tala’at Abdallah denies devolving powers to assistant, says he is still prosecutor general