Parliamentary controversy over the lifting of immunity for the President of Zamalek .. Abdel-Al to Mortada: I hope you give your tongue leave

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Ismail Al-Ashwal and Ahmed Owais:


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Tuesday 28 January 2020 – 5:02 PM
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Tuesday 28 January 2020 – 5:02 PM

In its plenary session today, Tuesday, the House of Representatives witnessed a case of intense controversy, against the backdrop of the legislative committee rejecting a request to lift the immunity of MP Mortada Mansour, submitted by Al-Ahly’s Board of Directors.

Some MPs expressed their opposition to Mansour’s attack on the Red Castle Board of Directors.

For his part, Speaker of the Council Ali Abdel-Al, the decision of the Legislative Committee, called for not to mention the name of the person requesting the lifting of immunity, saying: In the interest of social peace within the Council, he said.

Murtada Mansour commented, saying: I am a member of the Al-Ahly club, and I have full respect and appreciation for the Al-Ahly’s board of directors, its fans, and its champions, adding: “My respect for the Al-Ahly club has no limits, and everything that happened is that I asked the Al-Ahly board to respond to what was mentioned by Chancellor Turki Al Sheikh By giving the members of the board of directors hours and money, and what happened does not affect the Al-Ahly Club only, but rather affects all Egyptians, so I called for a response to what was mentioned by Chancellor Turki Al-Sheikh.

The council ended up rejecting the request to lift the immunity of Zamalek club president Mortada Mansour, and Abdel-Al concluded the case of the controversy, addressing Mansour, by saying: I hope that you give your tongue leave for a period of time, even at least a year, until the elections exceed what you transgress, as he put it.





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