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Experts divided over settling with defendants in corruption cases

By Heba Fahmy CAIRO: Political and law experts were divided over a proposal to settle with defendants still undergoing investigations or standing trials in cases of squandering public funds. “I speculate that the people won’t easily accept a deal like this, because they believe that these defendants have corrupted Egypt for years,” political science professor at …


Rights group slams law allowing settlement with corrupt investors

By Mai Shams El-Din CAIRO: A local rights group demanded Wednesday that parliament repeals a law issued by the ruling military council that allowed for settlements in cases of squandering public funds. The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) sent a memo to the People’s Assembly’s legislative and economic committees Wednesday demanding the repeal of a …


El-Sebaei sacked, under investigation

By Mai Shams El-Din CAIRO: Egypt’s Cabinet sacked on Wednesday the head of the Forensic Examinations Authority, El-Sebaei Ahmed El-Sebaei, who is under investigation for corruption allegations. The Cabinet confirmed on its official Facebook page that Dr. Ehsan Kamil Georgy will replace El-Sebaei, who will be investigated by a committee headed by the Minister of Justice …


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