Egyptian law
Egyptian law includes the following topics:
Egypt declares state of emergency after deadly church attacks - BBC News
President Sisi announces a three-month state of emergency after attacks by IS kill dozens of people.
History of the Egyptian Constitution
The Constitution of Egypt has passed over a long period of evolution from the liberal constitution of 1923 to the contemporary constitution.
Egypt is known for having one of the earliest administr...
Crime in Egypt
Crime in Egypt is present in various forms. Forms of crime include drug trafficking, money laundering, fraud, corruption, black marketeering etc.
During the 1980s, Petty crime was a significant pr...
Human rights in Egypt
The state of human rights in Egypt remains poor due to repressive policies and brutal government crackdowns.
Freedom House, the "independent watchdog organization that supports the expansion of fr...
Human rights in Egypt - Wikipedia
Judiciary of Egypt
The judicial system (or judicial branch) in Egypt, is an independent branch of the government which includes both secular and religious courts.The Egyptian judicial system is based on European and pri...
Law enforcement in Egypt
Law Enforcement in Egypt is the responsibility of the Ministry of Interior of Egypt.
In the early Twentieth Century, holder of the post of Interior Minister was called: "The Interior Superintenden...
Law enforcement in Egypt - Wikipedia
Egypt declares state of emergency after deadly church attacks - BBC News
President Sisi announces a three-month state of emergency after attacks by IS kill dozens of people.
Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights or EIPR (Arabic: المبادرة المصرية للحقوق الشخصية‎) is an independent Egyptian human rights organization, established in 2002. It is a Cairo-based ...
Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights - Wikipedia
Ahmad Najib al-Hilali
Ahmad Najib al-Hilali (1 October 1891 – December 1958) was an Egyptian lawyer and educator who served as Prime Minister of Egypt twice in 1952.
Born in Asyut, al-Hilali graduated from Khedival Law...
Ahmad Najib al-Hilali - Wikipedia
Egyptian Law 102 of 1983
Egyptian Law 102 of 1983 for Nature Protectorates in Egypt states:
Egyptian NGO Law
Egyptian NGO Law 84 (2002) establishes two main types of NGOs (non-governmental organizations): Community Development Associations and Civic Foundations.
The Founders of CDAs may be either physica...
Freedom of religion in Egypt
Constitutionally, the freedom of belief is "absolute" and the practice of religious rites is provided in Egypt, although the Government places restrictions on these rights in practice. Islam is the of...
Hostage Rescue Force
Hostage Rescue Force (Arabic: قوة إنقاذ الرهائن ) is Egypt's premier domestic counter-terrorism and hostage rescue unit. It is subordinate to the National Security Directorate of the Egyptian Ministry...
Returnees from Albania
The case of the Returnees from Albania was a massive criminal show trial in an Egyptian military court from February to April 1999. The trial is one of the principal sources of information about Sunni...
Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani
Al-Haafidh Shihabuddin Abu'l-Fadl Ahmad ibn Ali ibn Muhammad, better known as Ibn Hajar due to the fame of his forefathers, al-Asqalani due to his family origin (Arabic: ابن حجر العسقلاني‎) ...
Convention Establishing the World Intellectual Property Organization
The WIPO Convention (formally, the Convention establishing the World Intellectual Property Organization) is the multilateral treaty that established the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)...
Cairo 52
The term Cairo 52 refers to the fifty-two men who were arrested on May 11, 2001, aboard a floating gay nightclub called the Queen Boat, which was moored on the Nile in Cairo, Egypt.
Of fifty-two m...
Cairo 52 - Wikipedia