June 26, 2019

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  • Officers weigh in on military vote

    BY MAI SHAMS EL-DIN Cairo – Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) recently opined that the military and police have a constitutional right to vote, a ruling that sparked controversy over the possible politicization of both institutions already seen as having too much influence in politics. The ruling came as part of the SCC’s assessment of a reviewed version of the elections law by the Shoura Council, drafted in line with Egypt’s long-running tradition that bars army and police soldiers, conscripts and members of the security from voting while in service. The SCC deemed this part of the law as unconstitutional…

    Admin Court says no jurisdiction

    Cairo: The Administrative Court referred Thursday the case against the addendum to the constitutional decree to the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC). The court said it has no jurisdiction to rule in the case. In the explanation of the verdict, published by official news portal egynews.net, the judge said the military council had the right to issue the addendum and was not obliged to subject it to a public referendum as the appeals requested. One of the articles being contested gives the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces the authority to appoint a new Constituent Assembly. A case challenging the formation…

    PA reconvenes for 15 minutes

    BY HEBA HESHAM Cairo: Within 15 minutes of convening a controversial parliamentary session, PA Speaker Saad El-Katatny adjourned following a decision to refer a Supreme Constitutional Court’s (SCC) ruling dissolving parliament to the Cassation Court for a final verdict on the status of the legislative body.The election law regulating last year’s parliamentary elections was deemed unconstitutional by the SCC last month and the military council dissolved the parliament accordingly. On Sunday, President Mohamed Morsi reversed the military decision and called on the parliament to reconvene until early elections within 60 days of the approval of the new constitution in a…

    Morsi’s multiple oaths

    BY SARAH EL SIRGANY and AMIRA SALAH-AHMED Cairo: In his first speech as Egypt’s president, Mohamed Morsi said in a mildly confrontational tone, that the institutions elected by the people will resume their role, and that the “glorious” armed forces will go back to fulfilling their duty to protect the nation and its borders. The message was not lost on the crowd in attendance at the grand hall of Cairo University, which included head of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, seated in the front row along with Military Chief of Staff Sami Anan, Speaker…

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