Cairo University Officially Requests Taking Back the Trust from Teaching Staff Members Club


Cairo University Officially Requests Taking Back the Trust from Teaching Staff Members Club

On behalf of the university council, Dr.\ Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University, has sent a letter to Dr.\ Ali Abdul-Rahman, Governor of Giza, and Dr.\ Ghada Waly, Minister of Social Solidarity, as they are the two authorities which are responsible for censoring the club as a civil association.  The letter stated the breaches of Teaching Staff Members Club - Cairo University.


Cairo University’s letter to Giza governor contained a request of proceeding necessary procedures to invite staff members of the university to unusual general assembly to take back trust from board of directors of Teaching Staff Members Club – Cairo University.


The university’s letter to Giza governor referred to several breaches, such as; the club’s board of director belonging to a specified political stream which is Muslim Brotherhood group which has been approved by the cabinet as a terrorist group. The letter has also referred to the fact that the club’s board of director has formed a front called “Universities against Coup d’état”, inciting violence and calling for strike and discontinuing study and exams of the university through pages of social communication websites.







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