Al-Ahly’s reports are malicious… The Egyptian parliament refuses to lift Mortada Mansour’s immunity

A new break between Al-Ahly and Zamalek in Egypt after the Egyptian parliament refused permission to lift the immunity of Counselor Mortada Mansour, a parliamentary member and president of Zamalek Club, after the communications submitted against him, and the number of 13 communications was submitted by the Al-Ahly club towards the president of the Zamalek club.

The Egyptian Attorney General, Counselor Hamada Al-Sawy, had submitted a request to lift the immunity of the President of Zamalek and take legal measures against him in a number of 4 insulting and defamation cases submitted by Mahmoud Al-Khatib, President of Al-Ahly Club, and Al-Ahly of Egypt had submitted notification No. 13 to the Attorney General against Mortada Mansour, President of Zamalek because of his transgressions. In the right of officials of the Red Fort.  

The deputy of the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee in the Egyptian House of Representatives, Representative Ihab El-Tamawy, affirmed, in press statements, of their full respect and appreciation for the Al-Ahly Club and its Board of Directors, indicating that the committee's refusal to lift the immunity because it considered that the communications submitted against Mortada Mansour were almost malicious according to the documents presented by the deputy in this regard. Regard.

Al-Tamawi completed his statements, stressing that Murtaza Mansour had submitted 5 documents explaining the maliciousness of the communications submitted against him.

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