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It is a strong bet that the justices will take the appeal when they return from their summer break. The Justice Department is right that firmly resolving the issue is of great importance to the country and to tens of thousands of gay people denied
In a statement released yesterday, the council also called on the judges to make their ruling in line with the Constitution and relevant laws, without any bias, be it based on love, hatred, delusion or fear. "Some groups or members of certain
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy will on Wednesday seek to strengthen ties with Saudi Arabia during a visit to the kingdom, his first foreign trip since being sworn in. Mr. Morsy will hold talks with King Abdullah and senior officials in the oil-
27 am Wednesday, July 11th, 2012 Environment Secretary Ramon Paje The Supreme Court has ordered one of its own justices, a brother of Senator Franklin Drilon and other former ex-officio members of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (Peza) to
The faceoff between Egypt's new Islamist president and the old guard military sharpened Tuesday with parliament defying orders to disband and the highest court slapping back at Mohammed Morsi in what has become an early glimpse into how he may flex
The Supreme Constitutional Court overruled on Tuesday evening President Mohamed Morsi’s decision to reinstate the People’s Assembly,
While Egypt's transition has been on uncertain legal footing from the beginning, the confrontation between President Morsi and the military and judiciary could upend Egypt's legal order.
Rating The special constitutional court has finally brought to rest serious contestations on electoral boundaries that threatened to derail preparations for the General Election. Broadly, the court ruled that the 80 new constituencies created by the
Egyptian parliament convenes in defiance of generals From Ivan Watson, CNN updated 7:36 AM EDT, Tue July 10, 2012 Cairo (CNN) -- The Egyptian parliament convened for less than an hour Tuesday, in a gesture of defiance against the country's military
Egypt's Islamist-dominated parliament convened Tuesday in defiance of a ruling by the country's highest court and swiftly voted to seek a legal opinion on the decision that invalidated the chamber over apparent election irregularities. The lawmakers'