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The following text contains sensitive information and highlights various concerns from an Egyptian ambassador regarding foreign influence on political and environmental decisions and movements in Egypt.
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.
Members of the judiciary in Alexandria started a sit-in on Friday (November 23) prior to their participation in extraordinary meetings of the Judges Clubs’ general assemblies scheduled to be held today (November 24) in protest over the recent decrees by President Mursī.
Egyptian activists launched a violent attack against Egyptian Justice Minister Ahmad al-Zind on social networking sites following the minister's statement that all Brotherhood leaders sentenced to death will be executed immediately after all stages of litigation have ended.
The Faculty of Arts of the University of Beni Suef, organized a seminar under the title “ women's rights between Islamic Jurisprudence and the law" under the supervision of Dr. Jawdat Mabrūk , the Dean of the College.
The majority of Egyptian courts continued their work while other courts went on a strike in protest against the new constitutional declaration issued by President Muḥammad Mursī last week. [Author Not Mentioned, al-Ahrām, Nov. 25, p. 1] Read original text in Arabic  
Reactions of Egyptians on the streets escalated over decrees by President Muhammad Mursī on Thursday (November 22) sacking the public prosecutor and immunizing his decisions as political, betraying deep divisions within the society as opponents termed them as “rehash of past dictatorship”. [Author...
A few days ago, the Shūrá [Consultative] Council discussed a draft law on amending some articles of the penal code pertaining to publication-related cases. A large number of journalists staged a sit-in in protest against the proposed amendments, describing them as a setback to the freedom of...
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