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PM Sharaf agrees to the amendments of the Police Law
PM Sharaf agrees to the amendments of the Police Law
The Council of Ministers has agreed in its meeting on Wednesday 29 March 2011 on the of the drafted law of amending some provisions in Law No.
Thursday, March 31,2011 19:24
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The Council of Ministers has agreed in its meeting on Wednesday 29 March 2011 on the of the drafted law of amending some provisions in Law No.109 of 1971 regarding  the Police Institution. This comes as a response to the demands of many corporals and sergeants who have finished their service in the police institution, in which they were called to go back to service like other police ranks.

tags: Protests / Revolution / Democracy in Egypt / Egyptian Democracy / Police / Council of Ministers / Egyptian Revolution / Sharaf / Police Institution / Police Ranks / Police Officers / Police Stations
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