Egyptian authorities released on Sunday the ex-military chief of staff Sami Anan who was jailed for nearly two years on fraud charges, reported Youm7.
The military court sentenced on Tuesday Hisham Genena, former head of the Central Auditing Organization, to five years in prison.
A military court will pronounce the verdict on Hisham Geneina, former head of the Central Auditing Organization, on April 24
A military court adjourned the trial of former top auditor Hisham Geneina to April 18.
Egypt’s military prosecution referred former top auditor Hisham Geneina to the military court over his statement against the state and the army
Samir Anan told Egyptian television host Ahmed Moussa that his father pressed charges against former top auditor Hisham Geneina.
Military Prosecutor’s office decided on Tuesday to jail former top auditor Hisham Geneina for 15 days pending ongoing slandering investigation.
“If ousted President Mohamed Morsi is ignorant of the military principles, my father does not have any excuse to breach the military rules,” stressed Samir Anan.
Sami Anan’s son refuted former top auditor Geneina’s allegations that Anan acquires documents which expose the Egyptian State violations after January 25 revolution.
Attorney general Nabil Sadek received a report on Sunday accusing Samir Anan of using his Twitter account to stir up public opinion to create a social strife.
Five political figures released a joint statement calling for Egyptians to boycott the process, citing economic and political reasons.
Genena had just left his home in the Fifth Settlement outside Cairo where he hit with a car while he was crossing the street
The Ministry of Interior released a statement on Saturday regarding the alleged attack on former head of the Central Auditing Organization.
Former Head of Central Auditing Organization, Hesham Genena had an accident; Genena got his leg was broken in a brawl.
Al-Badawi announced on Friday his intention to run in the 2018 presidential election scheduled on March 26 and 28 inside Egypt
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“Deleting his name from the voters’ database is a rectification of a mistake made by the administrative body to register his name in the voters’ database,” said the NEA.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s election campaign said that they are longing for real competition during the upcoming elections scheduled for March 26.
Egyptian former Chief of Staff Sami Anan was arrested Tuesday on charges of announcing Presidential bid without obtaining permits from armed forces
Egypt's military on Tuesday took former chief of staff, Sami Anan, into custody after violating a military code and committing forgery.