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Days before its resignation on 24 February 2014, the Beblawi cabinet announced its intention to amend Egypt's investment law. The change would limit the right to challenge sales contracts of public sector companies concluded between the government and investors, by limiting that right [of challenging these contracts in court] to the two parties to the contract. By the time the government resigned, the proposed amendment was not submitted to the State Council’s legislative ...Keep Reading »
Menna Omar is a Cairo-based scholar of humanitarian and international law and human rights practice