Adly Mansour

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May 21, 2022

Counselor Adly Mahmoud Mansour, was the President of Egypt from July 3, 2013 to June 7, 2014 after the dismissal of Mohamed Morsi, and the President of the Constitutional Court. He was appointed as a member of the Supreme Constitutional Court in 1992. A temporary president has been appointed for Egypt until presidential elections for the country take place after large popular protests erupted in all of Egypt on June 28 and 30, 2013 and until now, calling for Mohamed Morsi to be removed from the rule of Egypt, as part of the 2012-2013 protests, and the 2012-2013 constitution was suspended. , who had a dispute and assigning the head of the Constitutional Court to head the country.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Laws in 1967, Cairo University Postgraduate Diploma in Public Law, Cairo University Postgraduate Diploma in Administrative Sciences in 1970, Cairo University

Positions

Adviser to the State Council in 1984 He held the position of Deputy State Council in 1992. Legal advisor to the Ministry of Commerce seconded to Saudi Arabia from 1983 to 1990. Vice-President of the Supreme Constitutional Court in 1992. President of the Supreme Constitutional Court from 4 July 2013

Presidency of Egypt

Adly Mansour was sworn in on Saturday, July 4, 2013, after dismissing Baa, the first democratically elected president of Egypt. And the creation of a constitution for Egypt that governs the term of his presidency from 38 articles

His honors

Great Nile necklace

Watch a violin

Egypt protests 2012-2013

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