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Administrative Judiciary Court adjourns hearing of appeal against dismissing detained student Omar Ali to August 28

Publish Date : Wednesday, 15 December, 2021
Last Update : Sunday, 17 July, 2022
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17 July 2022 

Today, the Administrative Judiciary Court (Sixth Circuit Educational) adjourned to next August 28 hearing to look into appeal No. 57029 of 74, filed on behalf of student Omar Mohamed Ali, sentenced to life in prison in connection with Case. No. 174 of 2015 (West Cairo Military Felonies), challenging the decision of dismissing him from Thebes Higher Institute for Engineering; as the student’s defense requested a general power of attorney.

In September 2020, the Association for Freedom of Thoughts and Expression filed the appeal against both the Minister of Education and the Dean of Thebes Higher Institute for engineering in their capacity, as the student filed several requests to the institute’s administration to allow him to allow his studies inside his prison cell, his requests were denied and later he was dismissed from the institute for dropping of studies.

26 June 2022  “Examination session of appeal against dismissing detained student Omar Mohamed Ali from Thebes Higher Institute adjourned to 17 July” 

Today, the Administrative Judiciary Court (Sixth Circuit) adjourned to 17 July the examination of appeal No. 57029 of 74 filed by AFTE on behalf of student Omar Mohamed Ali, sentenced to life in prison in connection with Case. No. 174 of 2015 (West Cairo Military Felonies), over the decision to dismiss Ali from Thebes Higher Institute for Engineering.

The court’s decision to adjourn the appeal came for the student’s defense to submit a certificate stating that he is imprisoned in connection with Case No. 174 of 2015 (West Cairo Military Felonies) and to notify the second appellant, Thebes Higher Institute’s representatives to attend the hearings.

The Association for Freedom of Thoughts and Expression filed the appeal in September 2020 against both the Minister of Education and the Dean of Thebes Higher Institute for engineering in their capacity, after the student submitted more than a request to the Thebes Institute’s administration to allow him to resume his studies inside his prison cell. However, his requests were rejected and later the institute dismissed him permanently for dropping out of his studies.

29 May 2022 

Yesterday, the Administrative Judiciary Court (Circuit six) set next June 26 as a date to examine appeal No. 57029 of 74 filed against the decision to dismiss student Omar Mohamed Ali from Thebes Institute.

The Association for Freedom of Thoughts and Expression filed the appeal in September 2020 against both the Minister of Education and the Dean of Thebes Higher Institute for engineering in their capacity. The Court’s decision to adjourn the session came in order for the student to submit a certificate stating that he is imprisoned in connection with Case No. 174 of 2015 (West Cairo Military Felonies) and to notify the Thebes Higher Institute for engineering representatives to attend the hearings.

The events date back to when the student – convicted in connection with Case. No. 174 of 2015 (West Cairo Military Felonies) with life imprisonment-  submitted requests more than once to Thebes Institute’s administration to allow him to resume his studies inside his prison cell. However, the institute permanently dismissed him for dropping out of his studies.

12 December 2021 “State Commissioners Authority schedules the appeal against dismissing student Omar Mohamed Ali for reporting”

On Sunday, December 12, the State Commissioners Authority decided to schedule the appeal filed by AFTE against the decision to dismiss the third-year architecture student Omar Mohamed Ali from Thebes Institute, to prepare its report with the legal opinion.

The appeal bears No. 57029 of 74 against both the Minister of Education and the Dean of Thebes Higher Institute for engineering in their capacity. The events of the lawsuit date back to when the student – convicted in connection with case. No. 174 of 2015 (West Cairo Military Felonies) with life imprisonment at Tura Prison-  submitted requests more than once to Thebes Institue’s administration to use his legal right to resume his studies at the Institute and take his exams inside his prison. Still, the Institute’s administration was intransigent and rejected his requests, which prompted him to file a lawsuit to enable him to take his exams inside the prison before the Administrative Court; the Court issued its verdict accepting the appeal to allow the student to take his exams inside the prison while implementing the judgment he discovered that Thebes Institute decided to dismiss him permanently for dropping out of studies.

AFTE demanded the Administrative Judicial Court to accept the appeal in form and to stop the implementation of the decision to dismiss the student from the Thebes Higher Institute of Engineering and cancel it.

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