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Disciplinary measures start with investigations, which must be conducted by a neutral fair investigator, who is obliged to hear statements of the witnesses and the priest’s defense. Decisions are taken by consensus, and therefore the author argues that the claims that Bishop Bīshouy has been...
An archpriest defrocked by Pope Shenouda III is given back his position by the Egyptian Supreme Administrative Court [Editor: The Egyptian Supreme Administrative Court is a body of the Council of State.].
A dispute in Alexandria between the church and the Wasat municipality over a tax bill dating from 1986 until 1996 has resulted in the Pope suing the governor of Alexandria.
Judge, Fārouq ‘Abd al-Qādir, asserted that there is no legal obligation on the prime minister to make Coptic new year a fully-paid official holiday.
A discussion of the political rights of the Copts.
Father Andarāwus ‘Aziz claims that the decision to have him defrocked of his priestly duties was marked by unjust improvisation, which is wide-spread in the church administration
The Supreme Administrative Court has nullified the Pope’s decision to defrock a priest.
The Supreme Administrative Court will give its verdict on a legal dispute between Pope Shenouda and the governor of Sohag over the Red Monastery in November. After the court turned over the challenge pope Shenouda filed against the verdict ordering the removal of cultivated plants on 8 acres next...
This report presents the interviews with nineteen people, 18 Egyptians and one American researcher about the importance of the work of Arab-West Report, people of different backgrounds, Muslims and Christians, clergy and non-clergy, including scholars and human rights lawyers. Christian...
More than once over the past 10 months did I write about on the ridiculous errors committed by civil register personnel and cheekily attributed to ‘computer error’. The problem has recently grown since the government began issuing computerized personal status papers. Quite a few Copts have...

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