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Mikki: SJC Takes No on Briefs Submitted Concerning Post-Election Abuses
Mikki: SJC Takes No on Briefs Submitted Concerning Post-Election Abuses
Judge Ahmed Mikki, a member of the Supreme Judiciary Council (SJC), has noted that the Council has not yet examined his complaint about the irregularities and violations that took place during the parliamentary elections
Sunday, January 2,2011 01:43
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 Judge Ahmed Mikki, a member of the Supreme Judiciary Council (SJC), has noted that the Council has not yet examined his complaint about the irregularities and violations that took place during the parliamentary elections against judges supervising the election process.
 
Mikki told the Seventh Day Al Youm Al Sabe3 on Friday that he had performed his role perfectly and expressed his opinion on what happened. He said that it is up to the Council itself to decide on the matter, referring to the statement released by the Council that they had discussed the note, but no decision had been yet made in this regard.

tags: Election / Parliamentary Elections / Judges / Democracy in Egypt / Egyptian Democracy / Egyptian Parliament / Ahmed Mikki / Judiciary Council / Election Process / Al Youm Al Sabe3
Posted in Democracy , 2010 election update  
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