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The Supreme Constitutional Court issued a statement saying that remarks from the President’s Office, which accuse the Court of being a “counter-revolutionary” force trying to topple the gains of the Revolution, are slanderous and constitute a criminal act. 
In an unexpected development, the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) announced yesterday its decision to suspend hearings in all cases indefinitely. The decision of suspension coincided with the gathering of large numbers of demonstrators who gathered in front of SCC, thus, blocking judges from...
The session saw intensive presence by members of the Muslim Brotherhood that Counselor Māhir al-Buhayrī, President of the Supreme Constitutional Court, called the session to end three times over squabbles and clashes among the lawyers. [Khālid Abū al-‘Izz, al-Ahrām, July 11, p. 1] Read text in...
Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Murshid (Guide) Dr. Muhammad Badī’ on Saturday (March 31) announced fielding Engineer Khayrat al-Shātir, his First Deputy Murshid, as the group’s candidate in the forthcoming presidential elections. Badī’ denied any understandings between the MB and the ruling Supreme...
Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Murshid (Guide) Dr. Muhammad Badī’ on Saturday (March 31) announced fielding Engineer Khayrat al-Shātir, his First Deputy Murshid, as the group’s candidate in the forthcoming presidential elections. Badī’ denied any understandings between the MB and the ruling Supreme...
Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Murshid (Guide) Dr. Muhammad Badī’ on Saturday (March 31) announced fielding Engineer Khayrat al-Shātir, his First Deputy Murshid, as the group’s candidate in the forthcoming presidential elections. Badī’ denied any understandings between the MB and the ruling Supreme...
Lawyers of the martyrs’ families called for applying “the severest penalty” – execution – against ousted President Husnī Mubārak, his sons Jamāl and ‘Alā’, former interior minister Habīb al-‘Ādlī and six of his top aides on charges of involvement in killing demonstrators during the January 25, 2011...
The Higher Presidential Elections Commission (HPEC) has ceased its activities because of the 'disrespectful manner' of some members of parliament towards the Committee. For its part, the People's Assembly has referred the amendments to the presidential elections law to the Supreme Constitutional...
The Higher Elections Commission (HEC) will announce tomorrow (April 25, 2012) the regulations for the civil society organizations authorized to monitor the electoral process including voting and vote-counting in the presidential elections. Signs of confrontation between the HEC and the Muslim...
  The Higher Commission for Elections today (April 17) decides the fate of the disqualified candidates for the presidency. On the 26th of April, the official list of candidates will be presented and on the same day the official begining of the election campaigns will be announced, being antedated...
  The trial of the former President Husnī Mubārak, Habīb al-‘Ādlī, former minister of the interior, and 6 of his aides took place today with Field Marshal Hussein Tantāwī, Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces and Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, giving his testimony.  
The court ruled on ousted President Husnī Mubārak to postpone his trial to August 15, 2011, and admit him to the International Medical Center in Cairo. Mubārak held a Mushaf in his hand during the trial, and his two sons (defendants at the same trial and with him in the court's dock) occasionally...
  Major General Mansūr al-'Īsawī, Minister of the Interior, hasreceived a letter from state prosecutor ‘Abd al-Majīd Mahmūd, requesting former PresidentHusnīMubārak to appear in court tomorrow.
Twelve court circles will be dedicated for trying former regime members on charges of involvement in financial corruption and killing of demonstrators, the head of the Cairo Appeals Court, 'Abd al-'Azīz 'Umar, announced.
The Cairo Criminal Court sentenced Gamāl Husayn to five years in jail for attempting to bomb the Jewish synagogue of Shaar Hashamayim, or Gate of Heaven, in downtown Cairo, to five years in prison. The case dates back to February 2009 when Husayn tried to throw a home-made explosive device on the...
The Supreme State Security Prosecution sentenced Nabil Ahmed Suleiman, member of the Jihad Organization, to five years imprisonment with hard labor in the case of assassinating president Sadat in 1981.
The Higher Court of National Security continued hearing the case against the Ibn Khaldoun Center. Videotapes that were confiscated from the center were shown in court and the defense was allowed to write comments on them.
The South Cairo Court will give its verdict in the lawsuit brought by 100 Copts against the Sunday Telegraph and Christina Lamb, a reporter for the same paper.
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