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Member Since: Sun, 11th Dec 2011

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Last Posted: Thu 21:39


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Thu 21:39


www.akhbarak.net/articles/16456392

As Saudi Arabia has now confirmed that today was the beginning of the new month, the Egyptian council of ministers has today confirmed that the Eid holiday will be from Fri 3rd till Tue 7th for all workers at the government (ministries, authorities and councils).

This means the cc will not be on the 7th Oct, hopefully it is only a very short delay, will let you know if anything is announced. I actually had arranged to take the 7th as a day off, but cancelled it now...
21 Sep '14


http://www.elwatannews.com/news/details/562704

http://www.masress.com/elfagr/1697410

http://www.rassd.com/-113472_

The Egyptian PM discussed 2 scenarios about Eid Al-Adha holiday "most important religious event in Islamic countries". It will be either 3-7 October, or 4-8 October (depending on sighting of the moon on Wednesday 24th Sept), so in both scenarios the 7th October will be a National holiday in Egypt.

I have no idea what would happen to CEY hearing on the 7th Oct, would it still go on "I very much doubt it", would it be just 24-48hrs delay or what.. no idea, but I will keep an eye on the media and let you know if anything appears...
18 Sep '14


dazza, this has nothing to do with Centamin losing the case, also Centamin case has nothing to do with Cement Portland case. This is all to do with the new law, if the law is confirmed to be constitutional by the SCC then this would be a great positive for Centamin case, but if the SCC decides the law is unconstitutional then Centamin would just keep going through the normal case procedure which as we know is already very strong and did not need this law at the first place.
18 Sep '14


Just to clarify a point about the commissioners so people do not get confused. There are different commissioners in Egypt.

My post on 2/9/2014 was from the State Commissioners. In that report they thought the new law was suspected to be unconstitutional, mainly for the retrospective part.

My post on 17/9/2014 was from the Administrative Court Commissioners who discussed the new law while considering an administrative case and now they think the law is unconstitutional and listed their reasons. Their report would be considered by the administrative court who is considering that specific case " Cement Portland", and I personally think the court would just suspend the case as all the other cases because the law is already being considered by the SCC. Remember the commissioners only issue advisory reports. They do not make any decisions.

The SCC commissioners have not submitted their report yet. They are the commissioners that the SCC would consider their report.


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