Juridical power within the Egyptian constitution

October 17th, 2012 by Editor

On Thursday, October 17, 2012, 10 am, the Egyptian Constitutional Front holds a an open discussion workshop entitled “Juridical power within the Egyptian constitution” in Pyramisa Hotel in Giza.

The workshop will be attended by legal experts, media specialists, law professors, judges, human rights and political activists, representatives of political parties, minorities and all the political powers and Egyptian groups.  The Egyptian Constitutional Front, located at the headquarters of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR), intends to discuss the constitutional articles related to the Supreme Constitutional Court and the State Council, within the first part. During the second part, the attendees will be discussing the constitutional articles related to the Administrative Prosecution Office and the Prosecutor General Office, in order to illustrate the positive and negative sides of the newly phrased articles within the first draft issued by the National Constitutional Assembly this week.

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