Egypt's High Administrative Court has decided to table a legal challenge filed by the State Litigation Authority against a court order to suspend the election of a new house of representatives.
The court announced on Sunday that it will rule on the challenge on March 24.
The court's state commissioners had recommended earlier striking down the challenge.
The April-scheduled parliamentary election was suspended early this month by a court order that referred its law to the High Constitutional Court to review its legality.
The State Litigation Authority had filed a challenge on behalf of the president, the Shura Council and the Justice Ministry, saying that the ruling is flawed and restricts the president's right to exercise his political powers.