This Article represents an explicit breach of the provisions of the Egyptian Constitution and international conventions to which Egypt is party although they are deemed an integral part of the Egyptian legislation and supersede laws in application. Further, the Article contradicts with explicit judicial precedents rendered by the Supreme Constitutional Court as illustrated and clarified in the following sections.
The plan for national governance was raised from more than 1000 BC. It showed the political wisdom and the rational legal thinking of the ancient Chinese sages. This idea of comprehensive governance has long been regarded as an effective strategy for statecraft and inherited by the generations.
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