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The Supreme Judicial Council decided on Thursday to approve a request put forward by former Prosecutor General Dr ‘Abd Al-Majīd Mahmūd to return as head of one chamber of the Cairo Appeal Court. 
Judicial sources within the Ministry of Justice have revealed that Minister of Justice Ahmad Mikkī will go to the presidential office with an initiative to solve the crisis which has come as a result of clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mursī. 
The "Coptic Coalition for Egypt" has submitted a proposal including 20 articles to the Constituent Assembly yesterday to define a hearing committee for ten representatives from Coptic and human rights organizations in Egypt. All proposals that have been prepared by those organizations shall be...
  Father Antonius ‘Azīz, Catholic Bishop of Giza and the Catholic Church’s representative in the Constituent Assembly, said that he agrees with keeping Article 2 in the Constitution and the amended Article 3 which guarantees that all non-Muslims can follow their own laws, not only Christians and...
  Salāh Abdul Ma’būd, the representative of the Nūr Party in the Constituent Assembly, that they insist on keeping Article 3. He stated, “We refuse to replace ‘Jews and Christians’ with ‘non-Muslims’”. He stated that amending it to read “non-Muslims” “opens the door to evil” (Wahīd Sha’bān, Gihān...
Minister of Information Salāh ‘Abd al-Maqsūd confirmed that he has documents and evidence seized from several armed thugs confirming that there is a conspiracy by a number of political groups to storm the Presidential Palace in order to thwart the President’s plans with regard to the Constitutional...
Counselor Ahmad Qanāwī, member of Egyptian Judge Club, said that the Constitutional referendum will not take place on time because at least 18,000 judges are required to supervise the referendum.
The National Council for Women's Rights expressed its strong dismay at the absence from the draft Constitution of several fundamental texts and articles protecting the rights of women and children.
The Azhar's initiative for dialogue "Family House" or "Bayt al-‘Aylah" called on President Muhammad Mursī to freeze the recently issued Constitutional declaration and to engage in dialogue with national powers as soon as possible in order to bring Egypt out of its current crisis.
Cindy Lee Garcia, an actress who claimed that she was deceived into appearing in the film denigrating the Prophet Muhammad, which sparked large-scale outrage in the Arab and Muslim world, lost a lawsuit for the second time to force YouTube to remove the movie. 

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