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Egypt Permits Women to Work in Egypt’s State Council, Public Prosecution

In a meeting with the Supreme Council of Judicial Bodies on Wednesday, it was announced in a historic decision that Egyptian women will be allowed to work in the State Council and the Public Prosecution as of the first of October of this year, Spokesman of the Presidency said in …

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Ruling issued in favor of NGO for disbursal of 1.5 mn euros ‘facade of judicial fairness’

An administrative court ruling over the weekend that greenlit the disbursal of 1.5 million euros to the Sadat Association for Social Development & Welfare “merely puts up a facade of judicial fairness,” the head of the NGO embroiled in the state’s crackdown on international funding to civil society’ organizations told …

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Court finds police order to force activist to spend 12 hours a day in police station ‘abusive’ and ‘without justification’

An administrative court said police officials acted “unilaterally and without justification” in ordering activist Mohamed Adel to spend 12 hours every night — from 6 pm to 6 am — inside a police station as part of his probation, according to the judicial reasoning for a December ruling by an …

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Egyptian court demands to know whereabouts of Arab Spring icon, Mostafa Al-Naggar

Egypt’s administrative court has ordered the country’s interior minister to reveal the location of a prominent Arab Spring activist and former lawmaker, local media has reported.

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