Today (Sunday) Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi issued a presidential decree appointing new heads of three judicial bodies, according to the new Judicial Bodies Law.
According to the decision, Counselor Hosni Hassan Abd al-Latif Abu Zaid was appointed as President of the Court of Cassation and President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Counselor Hafez Ahmed Abbas Muhammad as Head of the Administrative Prosecution Authority, and Counselor Musaad Abdel Maqsoud Bayoumi as Head of the State Cases Authority.
Counselor Ahmed Fahmy, a spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, said: President El-Sisi stressed the importance of the role of the judiciary and the administrative prosecution and state issues in establishing justice and upholding the word of law, praising what these esteemed judicial institutions and bodies are doing to fully perform their tasks, in a way that contributes to protecting the rights of citizens. Protecting the interests of the country.
After taking the constitutional oath to the members of the three judicial bodies, President El-Sisi awarded the Order of the Republic of the first class to Judge Mohamed Eid Mahjoub, former President of the Court of Cassation, Counselor Adly Abdel Fattah, former head of the Administrative Prosecution Authority, and Counselor Mohamed Bakr, former head of the State Cases Authority, expressing his sincere condolences. Appreciation for their great efforts, giving, dedication and sincerity throughout their extended career in judicial work.