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Egypt court orders expert committee to study al-Warraq Island cases: Report

Egypt’s Administrative Court on Saturday ordered the formation of a tripartite committee from the Justice Ministry’s Experts Authority to study two cases filed by residents of al-Warraq Island against establishing a new urban community on the island.

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Judicial officials: Constitutional amendments final battleground in struggle for judicial independence

In a meeting with Middle Eastern and North African general prosecutors in Cairo on Wednesday, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi once again stressed the importance of judicial independence, asserting that “no one can interfere with the work of the judiciary.”

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Al-Sisi emphasises judiciary independence, expressed appreciating to Egyptian judges

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi late on Sunday met with the members of the Judicial Authorities Council including the minister of justice, the chiefs of the Supreme Constitutional Court, Cassation Court and public prosecutor, as well as others according to a presidency statement. 

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Coptic Church to Appoint Foreign Lawyers for Ownership of Deir Sultan Monastery

Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox Church agreed to appoint a team of international lawyers in order to restore its ownership of the Deir Sultan Monastery in Jerusalem, as international media officer of the Coptic Orthodox Church Ibrahim Azmi announced, Al Ahram reports.

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Neither victory nor defeat: Court refers Mada Masr blocking case for technical review

Clarity regarding the block on Mada Masr’s website remains out of reach, following a Sunday court ruling which referred the case for technical review by a panel of Justice Ministry experts, according to lawyer Hassan al-Azhary. 

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