The Administrative Court of the State Council in Egypt decided to postpone the appeal lodged by the artist, Ramez Jalal, regarding his failure to engage in any media activity.
The appeal was filed with the head of the Media Syndicate, after issuing a decision by the Syndicate not to engage in any media activity until the legalization of his status in the Syndicate, as the appeal session was postponed to this March 28th.
Ramez Jalal’s lawyer said in his lawsuit, that this decision was issued null and against the law, because the artist Ramez Jalal is a member of the Theatrical Professions Syndicate and that cinematic, television or theatrical acting works, as well as entertainment works, are not considered a media activity, according to the Media Personnel Law No. 93 of 2016, so the artist Ramez Jalal performs entertainment activities and is not considered a media activity and is not affiliated with the Media Syndicate.
The lawyer added that the program practiced media work outside Egypt and according to the procedures followed in the United Arab Emirates, so it is not addressed by the Media Syndicate Law.
In his lawsuit, he demanded that the case be accepted in form, and that the media professionals’ decision No. 11 of 2020 be halted, with what it included banning Ramez Jalal, the presenter of the “Ramiz Majnun Official” program, which was broadcast on the channel “mbc Egypt”, and the consequences of that, and considering it as if it was not, With obliging the appellant to pay expenses and attorney fees.
Source: Al Watan