Egypt: Justice Minister Will Meet Supreme Judicial Council and Prosecutors
24 December 2012
Ahmed Mekki, Minister of Justice confirmed he had not yet given his word in the two requests referred to him by the Supreme Judicial Council on the resignation of Attorney General.
The minister said that he would meet with the Supreme Judicial Council as soon as possible to hear their point of view about this issue, and then will meet members of the prosecution in their workplaces where he will hear all of them and handles the entire issue in a way that satisfies them.
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