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Freedom and Justice Party Reviews Judiciary Reform Draft Laws
Freedom and Justice Party Reviews Judiciary Reform Draft Laws
Increasing numbers of Egyptians voice concerns regarding how justice is being administered, especially where top Mubarak-era officials are the culprits – being acquitted and exonerated.
Thursday, April 18,2013 04:48
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 In comments carried by the Middle East News Agency MENA, the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP)’s Dr. Ezzedin Al-Komi, Deputy of the Human Rights Committee of the Shura Council, emphasized that he read the draft laws on judiciary reforms submitted by Wassat Party, which seek to improve Egypt’s judicial system. He affirmed that the FJP is studying the bill.


"The next phase of Egypt’s progress on the path of democratization must witness many actions and draft laws that reform and improve the judicial system with its arsenal of archaic Egyptian legislation. We call for a broad societal dialogue about these laws.


"Timely and fair justice is one of the objectives of the January 25 Revolution; but recent acquittals that shocked Egyptian society have caused frustration and disappointment, and made many people think seriously about the need to reform the judicial institution."

tags: Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Shura Council / Revolution / Mubarak / MENA / Al-Komi / Wassat Party
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