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Member Since: Sun, 11th Dec 2011

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Thu 14:08


This only applies to SCC cases related to presidential or parliamentary elections. It is a very tricky move but it seems like Al-sisi is getting away with it..

During Adly Mansour time, they wanted the presidential election to be done ASAP, and as some people filed cases at the SCC against the elections law, they knew that the SCC would take ages and that would delay the elections, so Adly Mansour amended the SCC law so that a ruling has to be delivered within 5 days max in any case related to presidential or parliamentary elections.

Now as they are trying to get the parliamentary elections done, with cases already been won and delayed the elections before, some people already waiting for the new parliamentary elections law to be finalized so they could appeal against it as they still think some points are unconstitutional, and with the 5 days ruling this could keep delaying the elections..

So Al-sisi cancelled Adly Mansour amendments, so the SCC could take its time and by then the parliament would be elected.. also the plan is also to amend the SCC laws so that if the SCC ruled that any points in the parliamentary elections law were unconstitutional and needed amendments, then the amended law is to be applied during the "next" elections while the current parliament stays unaffected by te SCC ruling...

24 Jul '15


The hearing is on Monday 27th July.. I will let you know if you are interested..
21 Jul '15


27th October
7 Jul '15


curly, I think you got mixed up..

The commissioners could submit their report to the SCC at anytime, then once the SCC gets the report they set the date for considering the case, they could pick any date they want, but they have to give at least 15 days notice to all parties..

The SCC may not rule on the first session. They could take more than one session to decide.

The SCC normally sits on the second Saturday of every month, but due to Ramadan, Eid and the summer holiday this would be different over the next few months. The next scheduled sittings are 25th July and 1st Aug.


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