- Posted July 18, 2012 by
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Turbulence, violence in the Middle East
Muslims Brotherhood smashed a courtroom
Last April the court suspended the country's 100-member constitutional assembly citing it did not reflect the diversity of the Egyptian society and was highly dominated by Islamists (Salafies and Muslims Brotherhood). Muslims Brotherhood formed a second assembly again which was highly dominated by Islamists and today the court was expected to suspend the assembly again for the same reasons.
The administrative court contributed to the revolution of January 25 by its provisions, their rulings included invalidity of the 2010 parliamentary election, and the expulsion of university guards of the Ministry of Interior from Egyptian universities, it also protected the revolution by its judiciary provisions, which include resolving the National Party of the old regime, proving that administrative judiciary is completely independent.