September 21, 2017

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  • Delayed verdicts up tension

    File: An Islamist protest outside the State Council.

    BY SARAH EL SIRGANY Cairo: Tuesday was slated to be a field day in court — a series of cases scheduled for July 17 were set to determine the course of Egypt’s complex political scene. But by the day’s end, no final rulings were made, leaving the scene as frayed and uncertain as it has been for weeks, marked by wrangling between the judiciary, the presidency and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF). The Administrative Court considered several key cases: appeals to freeze President Mohamed Morsi’s decision to reinstate parliament; another one demanding the dissolution of the Shoura…

    SCAF vs. PA in final showdown

    Protesters face barbed wire and military police outside the SCC on Thursday.

    BY RANIA AL MALKY Cairo: The political atmosphere in Egypt has reached a fever pitch, hours before an anticipated amendment to the interim constitution is to be issued by the ruling army council (SCAF), according to state media. As a dwindling number of voters cast their vote in the runoff to the presidential election, which pits Mubarak-era prime minister Ahmed Shafik against the Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi, a showdown between the Islamist dominated People’s Assembly and SCAF is set to culminate in a complementary constitutional decree that would define the powers of the president and give SCAF legislative authority….

    Court allows Shafik to run

    Some protested the presidential bid of Shafik in front of the Constitutional Court.

    Cairo: In a landmark verdict, Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) Thursday declared unconstitutional amendments to the political participation law that would have resulted in the exclusion of presidential candidate Ahmed Shafik. In the same highly anticipated session, the court upheld a previous lower court ruling that the law governing parliamentary elections was unconstitutional, hence annulling the legislative elections. The court case against the parliament law challenged four articles allowing political parties to field candidates to contest seats allocated to non-partisan individuals. According to initial news reports about the ramifications of the second ruling, this will result in the dissolution of…

    Rocky road to constitution

    Egypt's PA reconvened briefly Tuesday in the absence of most liberal MPs.

    BY HEBA FAHMY Cairo: For months Egypt’s political parties struggled to reach consensus over the formation of the 100-member constituent assembly responsible for drafting the country’s first post-Mubarak constitution. Despite the objections of 10 political parties, which briefly threatened to upend the process once more, the panel was elected Tuesday. Only days before the presidential election runoff, when Islamist head of the Freedom and Justice Party Mohamed Morsi will contest the highest executive office against a stalwart supporter of the Mubarak regime, the party which holds the biggest block in parliament is facing criticism for once more attempting to dominate…

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