Cairo Criminal Court postponed the NGOs foreign finance lawsuit

April 18th, 2012 by Editor

On April 18, 2012, North Cairo Criminal Court postponed the lawsuit no. 1110, year 2012, Kasr Al Nile, known as NGOs foreign finance lawsuit, to June 5, 2012, for reviewing evidences.

The lawsuit includes 43 political and human rights activists, among them are 19 Americans, 2 Germans and 16 Egyptians. The activists belong to International Center for U.S. reporters, Freedom House, IRI and NDI from America and Konrad Adenauer from Germany.

The defending lawyers were Negad Al Borai, Hafez Abu Seada, Ahmed Abdel Hafez and Mohamed Moneb.

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) followed up the session that started at 12 pm. The lawyers, who called for the civil right during the past session, called for charging Judge Mahmoud Shokry, who used to handle the lawsuit, and Jude Abdel Moaz Ibrahim, the head of the Egyptian Court of Appeal, with easing escape of the accused persons to their countries.

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