Committee of Amending Organizing Universities Law Suggests a New Adding a New Article to Confront Terrorism Cases


Committee of Amending Organizing Universities Law Suggests a New Adding a New Article to Confront Terrorism Cases

Headed by Dr. Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University's, the committee formed by Supreme Council of Universities has finished, in the meeting held on 26/12/2013, a suggestion of amending  organizing universities law and its executive regulation. The suggestions are related to providing discipline within universities as well as adding a new article to organizing universities law as a temporary transitional period to face terrorism cases in the university.


The suggested article states that: University president should impose a penalty of getting fired from the university on students who practice terrorist behavior and acts of sabotage that harm the educational process, or expose buildings to danger, or aim at stopping study or exams, or attacking people or public or private properties, or urging students to make actions of violence or use power.





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