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Banning MB Leaders from Travelling is Blatant Disrespect of The Rule of Law: El-Ghazzali
Banning MB Leaders from Travelling is Blatant Disrespect of The Rule of Law: El-Ghazzali
Dr.Abdul Hamid El-Ghazzali (a professor in the Faculty of Economy and Political Sciences at Cairo University, and the political adviser of the Muslim Brotherhood’s chairman) stressed in an interview with Ikhwanweb that the State Security Investigations (SSI) suppress people and prevent them from traveling without any legal basis.
Sunday, November 16,2008 02:35
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Dr.Abdul Hamid El-Ghazzali (a professor in the Faculty of Economy and Political Sciences at Cairo University, and the political adviser of the Muslim Brotherhood’s chairman) stressed in an interview with Ikhwanweb that the State Security Investigations (SSI) suppress people and prevent them from traveling without any legal basis.

"The Administrative Judicial Court issued a ruling confirming the illegality of preventing me from traveling, but the SSI did not implement the court’s decision, challenging the Judiciary’s rulings and trying to restrict people’s freedom."

El-Ghazzali was on his way to the Republic of Yemen to attend a symposium on the Arab Food Security and the Strategies of Food Security, which was organized by Al Emaan University in Yemen, but he was forced to leave the plane in a "disrespectful" way that has been repeated with him several times before.

The Administrative Judicial Court issued a ruling earlier this month to confirm that the decisions of preventing about 20 thousand Egyptians from traveling, are illegal and that it canceled them.

 

tags: Cairo University / The State Security Investigations / SSI / Egyption Economy / youth
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