President Sisi: Egypt has fought terrorism in parallel with comprehensive development efforts

Cairo, June 12 / Asha / President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi affirmed today (Saturday) that Egypt has fought terrorism in parallel with comprehensive development efforts.
This came during President Sisi’s meeting today with the heads of the African Constitutional and Supreme Courts participating in the Fifth Conference organized by the Egyptian Constitutional Court of African Constitutional and Supreme Courts, in the presence of Counselor Said Marei Amr, President of the Supreme Constitutional Court, and Counselor Dr. Adel Omar Sharif, Vice President of the Supreme Constitutional Court.
The official spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, Ambassador Bassam Rady, stated that President Sisi welcomed the heads of African courts, stressing Egypt’s keenness to organize the conference periodically to support the role of the judiciary in African societies, and a deep appreciation for the importance of the role of the constitutional and supreme courts in Egypt and various African countries, stressing that the stage The current situation requires the African judiciary to play an influential role in activating coordination among African countries towards building a unified and homogeneous legislative environment, to deal with the international challenges facing the process of formulating a common future for the continent.
The President also stressed that judicial efforts have become of particular importance in light of traditional development challenges, foremost of which is the phenomenon of terrorism, as well as challenges of a special nature faced by developing countries, particularly African countries, in the post-Coronavirus world, noting that the existence of a judicial strategy Harmonious in this context would establish a legal consensus that contributes to the advancement of the role of African states and societies in dealing with these challenges.
from his side; Counselor Saeed Marei stressed that President Sisi’s sponsorship of the conference is a great honor, especially in light of its vital and tangible impact in strengthening judicial cooperation at the continental level, and developing its effective role in combating terrorism and achieving development, especially through the formation of a continental system for judges, and the launch of an electronic platform containing constitutions Common countries and the constitutional provisions issued in each country, as well as providing a space for dialogue between those courts to exchange experiences.
The Presidency spokesperson added that the participants expressed their honor to meet the president, appreciating the vital role of the conference in promoting judicial cooperation between the African constitutional courts, which has turned into an important annual tradition at the continental level, reflecting Egypt’s firm orientation towards Africa as the focal point of its policy.
The meeting witnessed an open dialogue with President Sisi that included the most important issues on the African arena, foremost of which is the fight against terrorism on the continent as a basic necessity as it threatens stability in any country.
In this context, the President stressed the importance of judicial institutions in confronting the phenomenon of terrorism and extremist ideology and developing the necessary legal frameworks to deal with it, taking into account the devastating impact of this phenomenon on the state’s capabilities and gains, reviewing in this context Egypt’s vision over the past years to combat this challenge, Which was based on not only dealing with it from its security, intellectual and religious aspects, but also paying attention in parallel and at the same time to building and reconstruction, strengthening infrastructure and improving economic and social conditions as a basic means of combating terrorism, in addition to maximizing the role of law and the judiciary to enable it to effectively confront this threat.
President El-Sisi stressed Egypt’s readiness in this regard to support African countries that suffer from the scourge of this phenomenon and to transfer its experience to them, based on the moral and religious responsibility entrusted to Egypt in this context, which necessitates harnessing its capabilities to help its African brothers in their plight, as well as being A beacon of moderate and moderate Islam in the world, and then its primary role in burying attempts to offend the true religion through those terrorist crimes that negatively affect the status of Islam and destabilize religious concepts among peoples and youth in particular.
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