Tuesday, January 24, 2023
Books – Nashat Ali:
Dr. Ehab Ramzy, member of the Legislative Affairs Committee in the House of Representatives, lawyer and professor of criminal law, praised the decision of the Matrouh Criminal Court to release the six Matrouh lawyers after a pleading that lasted more than 6 hours, directing salutations and appreciation to the national role played by the Bar Association headed by Abdel Halim Allam. President of the Bar Association and President of the Arab Lawyers Union.
Ramzi described, in a statement today, Tuesday, the speedy end to this crisis in record time, which confirms the great keenness of all parties to resolve such crises through calm and constructive dialogue, especially that the Egyptian state is in a difficult stage that requires everyone to exercise restraint and maintain the stability of the situation. without congestion or confusion of public opinion; This is what everyone committed themselves to, and the higher interests of the country prevailed over any other interests.
The member of the Legislative Affairs Committee saluted and appreciated the proud and just Egyptian judiciary, which does not hesitate for a moment in standing with lawyers, praising the presence of lawyers alongside their colleagues, who was civilized and honorable to the ancient Bar Association, which is keen to support and support the Egyptian state with all its institutions.
Ramzy described the government’s position as honorable in such events, not to interfere from near or far, expressing his overwhelming happiness at ending this crisis in a civilized and legal manner.
A member of the Legislative Affairs Committee said that lawyers have an important role to play in achieving justice, and there is no difference between the sitting judiciary and the standing judiciary. Especially since there is a great keenness on the part of the judiciary to cooperate with lawyers to achieve justice, calling on the government to provide all kinds of support and assistance to lawyers. To carry out their role to the fullest in everything related to the honorable tasks of the ancient legal profession.