Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue109 2018

Last update19:14 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: Issues > Activites
Lawyers Protest against Receivership
Lawyers Protest against Receivership
Mohamed Toson, former member of Bar Syndicate Council and member of Islamic Sharia committee, called in an exclusive statement to Ikhwan Web all lawyers to an event, to let them express their condemnation toward the resolution to stop the elections through “the day of anger” event, which will be held by the Islamic Sharia Committee at the syndicate Monday, November 10, so as to recover their syndicate which is under receivership. He stated that the committee will issue a statement in t
Monday, November 3,2008 01:01
by Hamza Mohamed IkhwanWeb

Mohamed Toson, former member of Bar Syndicate Council and member of Islamic Sharia committee, called in an exclusive statement to Ikhwan Web all lawyers to an event, to let them express their condemnation toward the resolution to stop the elections through “the day of anger” event, which will be held by the Islamic Sharia Committee at the syndicate Monday, November 10, so as to recover their syndicate which is under receivership. He stated that the committee will issue a statement in the coming days calling lawyers to participate in the event. He also asserted that they are going to escalate the matter to get their own syndicate back.

Mohsin Eid, media advisor of Talaat Al Sadat, completely denied to Ikhwan Web the approval of Sadat to remain the receivership over the syndicate –after it was reported. He added that Sadat had prepared a new law for the syndicate collaborating with 35 members of the People Assembly (PA) and lawyers with various directions and it will be presented within the coming days.

A number of lawyers, called themselves “Lawyers for Syndicate”, called for a sit-in before South Cairo Court building Tuesday, November 4, to protest the annulment of elections.

Sarah Ibrahim, spokeswoman of the movement, said in a press statement published Sunday, November 2, that the sit-in is to include collecting signatures for a demand to be submitted to the president of the court of South Cairo, asking him to issue a resolution determines the date of the nomination doors opening.


Posted in Activites  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Related Articles
Lawyers Warn Government of Unexpected Escalation for Elections Derail
Requiring Response Of Judicial Committee To Set Date For Lawyers Syndicate Elections
Munufeya Lawyers Files Communication against Officer
Lawyers’ Judicial Election Committee Suspends Election
Administrative Judiciary Halts Lawyers’ Election… Worries Over Guardianship
Sharqyia’s Lawyers Threaten Of Strike Due To Mistreatment Of Fellow Detainee
Lawyers Opt For New Strategies in Syndicate Elections
Candidates For Lawyers’ Syndicate Campaigning In Suez
In One Session, Without Defense or Lawyers The Sentence of the Moroccan Blogger, Mohamed Elrraji...
MB Lawyers Submit Memo of Military Trial Violations
MB Candidates in Lawyers Elections Have More Potentials for Winning: Rights Groups
Egypt: Rights Groups Slam Police Assaults On Lawyers
Postponing Lawyers Elections Shows Fear of Facing MB Candidates, Says MP
MB Nominates Copts, Liberals For Lawyers’ Syndicate Elections
MB Lawyers Receive Written Military Verdicts
MB Lawyers Haven’t Decided Yet to Challenge Military Verdicts, Says Attorney
Four Lawyers Released in Kafr El Sheikh
Hisham Mubarak Law Center Criticizes Releasing Lawyers on Bail, Sparing Police Officers
300 Lawyers Sit-in Against Assaulting a Colleague
Egyptian Lawyers Rally on Sunday Outside Parliament to Protest New Law
Muslim Brotherhood Lawyers Deny Charges against Faramawi of Military Assistance to Hamas
Lawyers’ Demonstration Show Solidarity with Journalists, Call for Liberation of Egyptian Minds
Statement of the Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood at the Egyptian Lawyers’ Syndicate
Journalists, lawyers on trial for revealing election fraud
Justice Int’l Condemns Barring Lawyers From Attending MB Trial
Over 100 Lawyers, Including Foreigners & Copts, Defend MB