On June 29, many important events took place.
Egypt’s Public Prosecutor Hamada al-Sawy and his accompanying delegation, returned Cairo, Sunday with the 114 antiquities that had been looted and smuggled to France
Zaki is accused of raping two girls, indecently assaulting another girl by force – one of them was under 18 years old –, threatening and blackmailing other women into sexual intercourse.
This comes within the framework of the role the Public Prosecution plays to protect society.
Two thirds of parliamentarians voted in favor of the proposal to be further discussed.
The Court of Cassation upheld on Sunday the death sentences against 10 convicts in the assassination case of former Public Prosecutor Hesham Barakat.
Medical release has been an option for prisoners who have complicated health problems.
That was in a statement to the Middle East News Agency (MENA) whereas he described the news as “hallucinations and myths.”
The NCW chairperson, Maya Morsi, told the press that such statements are a breach to the Constitution which ensures the safety and protection of women.
Last week, on May 13, the Cairo Criminal Court set a June 10 session to issue its verdict against the defendants charged with the Barakat’s assassination.