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Counselor Tahānī al-Jibālī, Vice President of the Supreme Constitutional Court, warned that the texts relevant to the court in the draft constitution are only a "serious setback posing a threat to the independence of the court" and disclose "attempts to devastate the court from within".
A lawyer belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood has established a lawsuit before the National Council in which he demanded the repeal of the appointment of Tahānī al-Jibālī as Chancellor (Vice-President) of the Supreme Constitutional Court by the former President Husnī Mubārak.   
Judicial circles are discontented over attempts by the Muslim Brotherhood to sack Vice President of the Supreme Judicial Court Tahānī al-Jibālī over what they called “her animosity against the Brotherhood”.
The Church has formed an experts committee to select Coptic candidates for the forthcoming parliament.  
Acting patriarch Bishop Pachomius affirmed that the church does not interfere in political affairs nor does it take sides with this or that candidate. “Copts have cast their votes as Egyptian citizens. If anyone votes for a certain candidate, then it happened as citizens,” he said during a meeting...
President `Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi’s announcement as 2017 being the Year of the Woman renewed hopes of female jurists and feminists that the new year will see more pleasant events, giving women more rights and gains which are currently absent.
During an aired interview on 'Sada Al-Balad' (Echo of the city) Channel, former deputy of the Constitutional Court, Dr. Tahāni al-Jibāli said that Egypt should not join the Islamic Military Alliance that Saudi Arabia had recently formed to battle terrorism in the Muslim World, denouncing the...
This interview was held on March 3, 2013 with the participation of researcher Jayson Casper and research assistant Diana Serôdio. It aimed at grasping Dr. Nadīyah Mustafá's perspective on the process through which the new Constitution came into being. The content of this interview was later used...
These interviews were organized by Cornelis Hulsman and took place, the first, on March 25th with Cornelis Hulsman (CH), Jayson Casper (JC), and Diana Serodio (DS) attending; the second on April 8th with Diana Serôdio alone. These interviews were made in the context of us preparing a report on how...
The Egyptian Center for Human Rights (ECHR) expressed concerns over escalated “sectarian” statements by some leading members of the Muslim Brotherhood and its political wing the Freedom and Justice Party that Copts voted for Mubārak’s last prime minister, Ahmad Shafīq, in the first round of the...

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