Egypt keen on independence of judiciary, non-interference in its affairs: President Sisi



Sat, 01 Oct 2022 - 06:19 GMT


Sat, 01 Oct 2022 - 06:19 GMT

CAIRO – 1 October 2022: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said the state is keen on the independence of the judiciary and non-interference in its affairs in a meeting with members of the Supreme Judicial Council on Saturday.

The meeting came within the framework of the Egyptian Judiciary Day marked in appreciation of the role made by the judicial authorities and bodies in entrenching and protecting constitutional principles and upholding the rule of law.

During the meeting, Sisi underscored the responsibility that the judiciary bears to achieve justice, social peace, security and stability, which are all fundamental pillars for the progress of nations.

The president added that the state is keen to develop, modernize and enhance the judiciary’s capabilities so that it keeps up with changes and developments and carries out procedures swiftly.

For their part, the council members voiced their gratitude for meeting Sisi within the framework of celebrating the Egyptian Judicial Day, which emphasizes the great interest that the state attaches to the judicial system.

The judicial members also confirmed keenness to continue working to consolidate the principles of justice and to apply the law.

The judicial members reviewed during the meeting the measures taken to expedite the completion of legal cases and requests to reach swift justice.

This is in addition to technical development measures in all judicial bodies that have been carried out in coordination with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology for the automation of the whole judicial system.

Attending the meeting, Minister of Justice Omar Marwan said the judiciary has witnessed unprecedented interest, appreciation and development during the term of President Sisi.



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