All female judges, who were recently appointed at the State Council, will sit on the judiciary podium with their fellow judges for the first time, marking a historic move by Egypt to empower women with powers and competencies as judges.
All female judges, who were recently appointed at the State Council, will sit on the judiciary podium with their fellow judges as of March 5th for the first time, marking a historic move by Egypt to empower women with powers and competencies as judges.
A number of women judges arrived at Egypt’s State Council Tuesday morning to sworn-in, to be the first batch of female members at the council.
More than 350 judges attended a seminar on the judicial supervision of the approaching parliamentary election, where judges were hailed as guardians of the integrity of national polls.
In a meeting with representatives of "distinguished young judges," President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi expressed the state's keenness to develop the the judicial system, especially in terms of digitalization as a strategic approach for the government.
Chief justice refused to step down, defying a controversial new law by the right-wing government which requires her and other senior judges to retire early.
COMESA and CENSAD will deploy a joint mission at 10 Egyptian governorates to observe the three-day voting period
Egyptian judges selected to supervise presidential election will start on Friday receiving tamper-evident envelopes containing the polling station's papers.
The Egyptian bourse will cooperate with GIZ to introduce the Stock Market's mechanisms and frameworks to a number of new judges at economic courts.
Sisi on Wednesday signed a number of orders to promote members of the State Council.
Draft law to reduce the retirement age of judges from 70 to 64 years gradually over three years rejected by Legislative and Constitutional Affairs Committee.
A new amendment mandates a media gag order on the names of judges, defendants and witnesses in terror-related trials without a judicial permit.
Egypt’s supreme judiciary bodies are at loggerheads with the House of Representatives over a new bill that broadens the president powers in regard to the judiciary authority.