Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Bill Egyptian Election Partially Censored

Egyptian Supreme Constitutional Court refused on Monday, 18 February, five posts of the draft electoral law, that could delay the parliamentary elections scheduled for April.

"The Court called the bill to the parliamentary election shura council after five comments on five papers she discovered unconstitutional," we read in a statement. It doesn't say what items were censored. A more exact statement would be published in your day.

Before the decision, they said in the entourage of President Mohamed Morsi if the particular court found fault with this particular bill, a delay could be caused basically by it in the vote, so that a probable delay of a few weeks of the election. The promulgation of what the law states by Mohamed Morsi was slated for February 25, followed by elections 8 weeks later.

The Constitutional Court, which has in its ranks of judges at the time of former President Hosni Mubarak intervened over and over in the transition period. It has, as an example, blended parliament dominated by Islamists elected immediately after the popular uprising in 2011 that resulted in the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak. Its composition was altered by the newest Constitution adopted by referendum in December.

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