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The Revolutionary Socialists movement, the opposition in Egypt, rejected the Supreme Administrative Court’s decision to ban female faculty members at Cairo University from wearing the niqāb, emphasizing that this rule is an attempt to establish the state control over the body and is the latest...
The Administrative Court headed by Counselor Ahmad Qishtah ruled to postpone the lawsuit demanding to drop the ban on the assets of the Muslim Brotherhood Association.
The Administrative Court decided to refer 12 cases, pertaining to removing the Egyptian nationality from runaway Muslim Brotherhood leaders, to the Commissioners’ Board in the Council of State.
The Administrative Judiciary Court on Tuesday is looking into the case of dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood group. The lawsuit was filed by lawyer Shihātah Muhammad Shihātah against Muslim Brotherhood Murshid (Guide) Muhammad Badī’ and FJP leader Muhammad Mursī, saying that the group has been...
The Administrative Court of Alexandria confirmed on Monday that torture in all its forms and at all times, is not a statute of limitations as torture violates human rights.
Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights “ECESR” and the Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression “AFTE” praised the court ruling which overruled the implementation of the decree of the former Minister of Justice, Counselor Aḥmad Al- Zind. The ruling grants judicial police powers to...
President of Egypt's Administrative Court, `Abd al-Majīd al-Mūqannen, referred a claim submitted by lawyer Tāreq Mahmūd to the State Commissioners Authority. Mahmūd had filed a lawsuit to dissolve the Egypian National Council for Human Rights (NCHR). 
The first session of Egypt's Administrative Court of Justice, headed by the State Council's Vice Premier, Yehya Dakrūrī, issued a ruling on Tuesday that canceled the ruling that banned the publication of “Fraudulent Presidential Elections” in 2012, which ended up with a close run in favor of former...
CAIRO: Egypt’s Supreme Administrative Court ruled on Sunday in favor of Christian reconverts, allowing them to be identified as Christians on their national ID cards and birth certificates.
The Supreme Administrative Court set the July 2 session to resume considering the case of re-converters to Christianity. A number of Copts had converted to Islam and later converted back to Christianity and asked the interior ministry to have their personal information proving their Christian, not...

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