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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. 
Dr. Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments, stated in an interview that the reason for his request to the Ministry of Justice to grant the right of judicial arrest to the inspectors of the Ministry of Endowments is to increase the control of the Ministry over the mosques and stop any...
Shaykh Muhammad Abd al- Rāziq, Deputy of the Minister of Endowments, stated that the Ministry has received the confirmation of the Ministry of Justice on their request to grant the right of judicial arrest to the inspectors, heads of department of the Ministry of Endowments. 
“Divorce is granted only in the case of adultery”—This is the solution the Coptic Constitution offers those who are affected by personal status crises and seek separation and divorce.  The late Pope Shinūda III issued a regulation in 2008 that expanded the reasons for divorce to two: adultery...
On behalf of the Egyptian Government, the Minister of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs ʿUmar Marwān (Omar Marawan) required the adding of the representative of the Egyptian Church to the permanent committee of technical, legal and administrative experts on the protection of manuscripts.
Also related to the Maspero issue, Counselor Tharwat Hammād, the judge tasked by the justice ministry to investigate the acts of violence outside the state radio & TV building, ordered the release of three media people – Ibrāhīm al-Sayyād, the head of the news sector, 'Abd al-'Azīz al-Hilw, the...
Counselor Tharwat Hammād, the judge tasked by the justice ministry to investigate the October 9 deadly incidents outside the state radio & TV building in Maspero that left dozens killed or wounded, ordered the release of lawyer Najīb Jabrā’īl without bail after a four-hour investigation session...
Tension built up between Cairo and Washington after some U.S. activists and officials in non-governmental organizations (NGOs) were referred to trial in Egypt as the Egyptian military delegation abruptly ended a visit to the U.S. is scheduled to return to Cairo today (Feb. 8).
  One of the most important problems under the reign of Pope Kīrullus VI concerned those who were suspended from obtaining marriage permits. 

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