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Member Since: Sun, 11th Dec 2011

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Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 23

Last Posted: Fri 21:29

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Fri 21:29

Mr.Yousef ElRaghy: Rescue teams have now recovered the digger and the mine is operating at full capacity.
Thu 14:49

First images of the accident site and the victim.
Wed 16:16

Alfakharany's bribery case has been booked for ruling on the 9th December.

That was super quick!!!
Wed 16:09

Rescuers found the body of the driver and his body has been transferred to Marsa Alam Hospital.
Mr. ElRaghy said all the mine machines helped in the rescue operation which took more than 20 hours.
Wed 14:55

I thought a lot before posting the news because it is unwelcome news, but I don't like just to post the good news while hold on to the unwelcome ones especially when it is all over the Egyptian media.. and of course it is up to the company to share what information it wishes whenever it wishes as I'm sure they know what they are doing.. I hope the best for the man as he has a young daughter.. I think it definitely was the right thing to direct all efforts to the rescue operation because from what I read all the time all the workers at Alsukary are like a close family and have a very strong relationship and all would like to help rescuing their colleague. I will keep you updated..
Wed 13:55

Search and rescue efforts are continuing at Alsukary to reach the drilling machine. The fate of its operator is still unknown especially after it has been completely covered with sand for more than 20 hours now.
Mr El-Raghy said that the machine belongs to one of the foreign companies working at the mine and was collecting samples from the mineral resource and after work finished it fell in a deep hole and been covered with sand with the operator inside. Mr ElRaghy added that work has now completely stopped at the mine and all machines and equipments have been directed to help with the rescue operation, pointing out that the machine has now been located and efforts are continuing to recover it and find out the fate of the operator.
Wed 09:59

An accident happened at Alsukary mine yesterday where an operator and his huge drilling machine (Capital Drilling) fell in a 40m deep cave at the site. Search and recovery operation is still ongoing at the site by the company and other operators in the area to reach the machine and the lost driver after it had been covered by mountain rocks since 12pm yesterday. The family of the operator (27yrs old) arrived at the site now.
Tue 21:36

According to the above link, there are 2 views among the MPs. The first one is not to present the laws to the new parliament and just consider them valid as per the view of the minister of parliament. The other view is to present the laws to the parliament. The link mentions that after the first sitting where the president of the parliament would be elected, the 2 views would be put up for voting by the MPs to decide which way to go, but the expectation is for the second view to win (present the laws to the parliament) which I think is a better option and avoids a lot of troubles later.

On a different note, today the Judge who prepared the SAC commissioners report containing all the negative recommendations regarding Alsukary CC has been killed in a terrorist attack. He was the one that prepared the reports in all the high profile cases (Alsukary, Madinaty, Aljazeera, Nile linen, etc...)
Tue 14:21

If the minister for Parliament and the previous vice-president of the SCC are correct, and the parliament/government decided to adopt that view, then these laws would stay valid without being ratified by the parliament (they are already valid laws).

L32 is already valid and enforceable, but the courts prefer not to enforce it yet with it being challenged at the SCC as it could be unconstitutional which is a good action from the courts.

Whether these laws got submitted to the parliament to be approved or not, that would have nothing to do with the SCC and the case challenging law32 as it is a completely separate matter and the SCC could consider the constitutionality of any law at any time and declare it constitutional/unconstitutional.
Mon 22:08

A new interpretation was put forward by the the minister of Legal Affairs and the Parliament regarding article 156 of the constitution, which states the need to present the laws passed under presidents Sisi and Adly Mansour to the Parliament within 15 days, as he confirmed that the article did not talk about the first parliament after a transitional period. He also pointed out to the SCC decision back in 1978 which concluded that presenting the laws that were issued in the absence of the parliament was not necessary in the event of disruption of parliamentary life and the absence of a constitution. He also confirmed that he preferred not to present the laws to the parliament.

If what the minister said was right, the political life would be in front of a number of "booby-trapped" and controversial laws, threatening the stability of the political life.

1-Demonstration law
2- Civil Service Law
3-Extradition of foreign suspects to their country
4-Appeal against state contracts law (Law32)
5-Universities law.

The former vice president of the SCC has confirmed that the minister's view was 100% correct and those who misunderstand his view are not familiar with the constitutional precedents.

Some politicians are not happy with the minister's view. Others think that the parliament could approve most of the laws and only discuss the controversial ones.

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