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Member Since: Sun, 11th Dec 2011

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Last Posted: Wed 14:55

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Wed 14:55

Nothing at all in the media yet. I even look for Madenaty case because it was on the same date (7th Oct), but nothing about that one either.

Obviously I only have access to media reports, so if a new date was set but was not published in the media, then I would not know. Has anyone tried to contact CEY?
Sun 01:24

This news came out today as a surprise to everyone. I 'm looking forward to reading all your thoughts and comments about it. I will also keep an eye on the media as I'm sure we will hear a lot about these amendments from many people in Egypt... especially the part about the compensation instead of enforcing the judgements and voiding the contracts.

Also still waiting to find out how these amendments, if approved, would fit in the appeal against law 32 currently considered by the SCC. If approved soon, would these amendments be added to the current appeal?

I managed to find one reaction, from the Vice-president of the state council:

And he is totally against these amendments. He says (How could compensation cancels a judicial ruling invalidating a contract?)

"More in the link"
Sun 01:18

Following presidential instructions, the National Security Committee has prepared a draft of a law to amend law 32 :

Law 32 consisted of 2 points, the amendments consisted of one addition to each point.

Point 1 (briefly):

(Without breaching the right to appeal for the owners of the personal and physical rights of the contracted funds, appealing to invalidate state contracts, procedures or decisions is for the contracting parties only, unless there is a final ruling from the criminal court convicting one or more of the contracting parties).

"NEW" Addition to point 1:

(From the date of this clause, no criminal cases related to contracts, procedures or decisions could be activated without obtaining a written authorization from the council of ministers).

Point 2:

(Without breaching final rulings, the court rules, on its own, not to accept cases or appeals related to disputes listed in point 1 of this law in anyway different to what is specified in point 1, including cases and appeals filed before the effective date of this law).

"NEW" Addition to point 2:

(According to the judgement of the council of ministers, in the event of the impossibility of enforcing final judicial rulings, the enforcement could be done by a way of compensation. Impossibility of enforcement is considered if the economical consequences of the enforcement do not compare to the losses incurred by the state).

These amendments were sent to the legislation department at the state council and also to the supreme committee of legislation amendments.
24 Oct '14

Today was a very sad day in Egypt.

At least 28 soldiers have been killed so far and Egypt announced 3-day mourning.

There are rumors of some soldiers taken hostages, but not confirmed yet.

Al-Sisi heads a meeting for the National Defence Council confirming that Egypt will take revenge.

The army is sending more troops to North Sinai now with expectations to evacuate civilians from large areas in Sinai in order for the army to hit hard.

I'm watching Egyptian TV now and the Egyptian people are very very angry.. regardless of their political views.. Military service in Egypt is compulsory so those soldiers who died were innocent people and did not choose to join the army. They all finished their degrees and just serving for 1-3 years period. I personally served in the army for 15 months.

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