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How the justice system shuts women out
Hadeer El-Mahdawy | Among the 335 new appointees, all graduates of public law schools, there was not a single woman.
New judicial heads first in series of appointments under new law granting Sisi power to select judicial leadership
The heads of all civil judicial bodies are set to leave their posts in October
Judicial officials: Constitutional amendments final battleground in struggle for judicial independence
A judicial source describes the amendments as a way of “constitutionalizing dictatorship”
A look at Hanafy Gebaly, the Supreme Constitutional Court’s new chief justice
Rana Mamdouh | We look take a look at Hanafy Gebaly, the only chief justice not hand picked by Sisi
An uncomfortable court: Explaining the adjournment of Alaa Abd El Fattah’s appeal
Mostafa Mohie and Rana Mamdouh | "A judge is not obligated to provide reasons for recusing himself"
Who will pay for unleashing ‘the shackled hands of justice’?
Mohamed Hamama | During a phone interview on Ala Masouliti television show, hosted by presenter Ahmed Mousa on Monday
The judges behind the verdicts
Heba Afify | Before he read out the verdict acquitting eight senior Interior Ministry officials accused of killing
Cassation Court vice president elected head of Judges Club
Sisi orders another 44 judges into early retirement
Insurance companies to pay out LE4 million to families of dead judges
Judge resigns amid accusations of sexual bribery
Two judges referred to investigation for proposing an anti-torture draft law
41 judges referred to retirement for political activity
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