Helmy announced his intention to submit the proposal during the Parliament’s fourth session that starts in October.
Egypt’s judges backtracked on their rejection of the newly passed judicial authority law, which allows the president to appoint heads of supreme judicial authorities
Judges will abide by the newly-passed law of Electing Heads of Judicial Authorities if it comes into force, Vice President of the Court of Cassation Adel El-Shorbagy said Thursday
Egypt’s Special Council, the top authority of the State Council, will have a General Assembly meeting on May 20 to elect a new council head.
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.