The media captain responds to the lawsuit from Ramiz Jalal

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Media Syndicate In Egypt, I have decided to prevent an appearance Ramez Galal Any media outlet broadcasted within the country.

And he said Media captain Tareq Saada, In statements to the site "Sky News Arabia", The decision "It was not taken against the Ramez program, but rather against Ramez himself. The syndicate is specialized in the human element, that is, the broadcaster, the reporter, the creator, or other media workers.".

Saada explained the union’s view by saying: "A person cannot ride a car and start driving without obtaining a license, which is precisely our position on Ramez, as he is not bound by the Media Syndicate".

At the same time, he made it clear that Rams could not be a member of the Media Syndicate, but could obtain a permit, adding: "He must regularize his conditions, because the law stipulates that whoever engages in media activity without being registered in the union or obtaining a permit, is prevented from appearing".

For his part, Ramez raised, on Thursday morning, lawsuit In front of the Administrative Judicial Court, he demanded that he stop the implementation and annul the Media Syndicate decision No. 11 of 2020 to prevent him from practicing media activity until his conditions in the Syndicate were legalized.

She mentioned the lawsuit filed by the lawyer Ashraf AbdulazizAnd, as an agent of Ramiz, against the Syndicate of Journalists, "The artist Ramiz Jalal is a member of the Syndicate of Dramatic Professions, which according to its law is not considered a media activity. TV, cinematic or theatrical works as well as entertainment works, knowing that his client is doing entertainment work that is not a media activity and is not subject to the Media Syndicate Law", According to a newspaper "Sunrise" Egyptian.

In response to the lawsuit, Saada said to the site "Sky News Arabia": "The judiciary guarantees us the right to respond to it, and we will clarify our rationale for the decision and move in this direction. We will resort to the judiciary and leave the verdict to him".

As for not stopping a channel "MBC Egypt" Show the program, so Saada confirmed that "Dealing with people working in the media belongs to the (media workers) union, while dealing with the channels is up to the Supreme Council for Media Regulation".

He further explained: "If the program is not discontinued, it will be notified Supreme Council for Media Regulation, To take legal steps".

When asked about the situation in which the Council can reverse its decision and allow Rams to appear on The mediaThe Media Syndicate captain said in EgyptThat will happen when "Ramez legalizes his legal status and obtains a permit".

He continued: "We want all people to work legally. We do not have a problem or arguments with Ramiz or others, we are moving against the people we have complaints about from Egyptian society, and working institutions, people and bodies, such as the National Council for Human Rights and the National Council for Women, and accordingly we have moved in this direction, but before we examined Ramiz’s work we found He is not registered in the union".

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And she was Media Syndicate In Egypt, I have decided to prevent an appearance Ramez Galal Any media outlet broadcasted within the country.

And he said Media captain Tareq SaadaIn statements to Sky News Arabia, the decision “was not taken against the Ramez program, but rather against Ramez himself. The syndicate is specialized in the human element, that is, the broadcaster, the reporter, the creator, or other media workers.”

Saada explained the union’s view by saying: “A person cannot ride a car and start driving it without obtaining a license, and this is exactly our position on Ramez, as he is not bound by the Media Syndicate.”

At the same time, he made it clear that Rams could not be a member of the Media Syndicate, but could obtain a permit, adding: “He must legalize his conditions, because the law provides that whoever engages in media activity without being restricted to the union or obtaining a permit, prevents From appearing. “

For his part, Ramez raised, on Thursday morning, lawsuit In front of the Administrative Judicial Court, he demanded that he stop the implementation and annul the Media Syndicate Decree No. 11 of 2020 banning him from practicing media activity until his conditions are legalized in the Syndicate.

She mentioned the lawsuit filed by the lawyer Ashraf AbdulazizAnd, as an attorney on behalf of Ramiz, against the Syndicate of Media Professionals, “The artist Ramiz Jalal is a member of the Syndicate of Acting Professions, which according to its law is not a media activity, TV, cinematic or theatrical works, as well as entertainment works, knowing that his client is doing entertainment work that is not a media activity and is not subject to the law Media Union, “according to the Egyptian newspaper,” Al-Shorouk “.

In response to the lawsuit, Saada told Sky News Arabia: “The judiciary guarantees us the right to respond to it, and we will clarify our reasons for the decision, and we will move in this direction. We will resort to the judiciary and leave the verdict to it.”

In the event that MBC Egypt did not stop the presentation of the program, Saadeh affirmed that “dealing with people working in the media belongs to the (media professionals) union, while dealing with the channels is up to the Supreme Council for Media Regulation.”

“If there is no commitment to stop the program from being shown, we will be notified Supreme Council for Media Regulation, To take legal steps. “

When asked about the situation in which the Council can reverse its decision and allow Rams to appear on The mediaThe Media Syndicate captain said in EgyptThis will happen when “Ramez legalizes his legal status and obtains a permit.”

He continued: “We want all people to work legally. We have no problem or arguments with Ramiz or others. We are moving against people we have complaints about from Egyptian society, and working institutions, people and bodies, such as the National Council for Human Rights and the National Council for Women, and accordingly We moved in this direction, but before we examined Ramiz’s work we found that he was not bound by the union. “



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