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Member Since: Sun, 11th Dec 2011

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 1,132
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 10

Last Posted: Thu 14:08


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Thu 14:08


Sorry meant no news yet from the SCC commissioners.

Thu 13:26


The one stop shop has not been activated yet awaiting the executive regulations of the new IL which should be finalised in June.

There was an interesting media report yesterday as the government decided earlier not to publish the details of any settlements with investors, someone filed a case to cancel that decision, but the commissioners of the administrative court recommended not to publish the details of any settlements.

No news yet from the SAC commissioners.
16 Apr '15


Tramadol was being abused in UK too and on a large scale. People would harass GPs to prescribe it, go to out of hours service to obtain it claiming they ran out or lost their medications, etc.... It was getting out of control until the government decided in June 2014 to reclassify it as schedule 3 controlled drugs, so prescribing it is very much controlled now.

In Egypt it is impossible to obtain a prescription for Tramadol. I know a pharmacist in Egypt who needed it urgent for his wife, he ended up getting it from a drug dealer!! All the supply is smuggled from abroad, just like drugs.

Everything in that article is true...
13 Apr '15


The SCC did not discuss law 32 on Saturday. Media reports over the last 2 days confirmed that the SCC was waiting for the commissioners report.

The administrative court adjourned 7 cases on Saturday related to disputed contracts. The reason for the adjournment was "waiting for the SCC decision on law 32", but the positive point was that the adjournment was only until 6th June, so hopefully the administrative court is expecting the decision soon, otherwise it could have suspended the cases altogether as it did last year with many other cases.
10 Apr '15


7 judges will sit to decide. They do not discuss or vote in public, all this is done behind doors, then they all sit and the president or his deputy would announce the decision.

As far as I know, courts in Egypt decide by majority, the only exception I know is for the death penalty, they all have to agree.

Next SCC meeting is on Sat 11th April, but the commissioners report about law 32 is not out yet, also the case status at the SCC site is (with the commissioners), so I do not think anything will happen on the 11th April.

The following SCC meeting is on 9th May.

CEY PR machine is doing very well, both Mr Esmat El-Raghy (PR manager at Alsukary) and Mr Ali barakat (President of Alsukary) had a few good reports in the media (flop posted one of them). They all have the same message that Asukary & CEY are doing a lot for Egypt. Nothing new or you do not know, but the reports are everywhere and you can't miss them, which is excellent.


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