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Egypt authorities rule over death of a government critic

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Egypt’s Public Prosecution office has ruled that the death of a prominent government critic was not the result of any crime.

Supporters of Ayman Hadhoud say that he was subject to ill- treatment by the police after what they describe as his “forced disappearance.”

Mr. Hadhoud died in a government-run psychiatric hospital in March but his body was not handed over to relatives until earlier this month.

The Egyptian prosecution office said a post-mortem revealed that Mr. Hadhoud had died from a chronic heart condition and there were no signs of violence or resistance.

 

 

 

 

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The STF is adjudicating an action that seeks to overturn the Prohibition Act

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The STF is adjudicating an action that seeks to overturn

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The STF has scheduled a hearing tomorrow (18) to question the constitutionality of the so-called Prohibition Act.

Thirteen years ago, Brazilian Association of Restaurants and Entertainment Companies (Abrasel) sued the Supreme Court, arguing that the legislation “Does not harm the realization of the rights of freedom?”.

“In our opinion, the blitz of the ban is something unconstitutional. Hundreds or thousands of people are forced to stop being deprived of the right to come and go because someone allegedly drank. In other countries, the police only approach those who show signs of doing something wrong. ”

“We often see people drinking a glass or two of wine or beer while driving. These people are criminals, even if they are in the parameters of several countries of the world. We can not pretend that this law is good. “he added.

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Cardoso’s latest Amahorsi star linked to exit

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Kaiser Chief veteran guard Daniel Cardoso The latest player to be linked with the club’s exit ahead of the upcoming season.

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according to Addis TimesCardoso is one of many long-serving players the Chiefs are looking to make way for new signings.

Over the past two seasons, Cardoso has had a love-hate relationship with a segment of Amakhosi fans, especially those who believe he should be released.

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However, the Chiefs’ management and technical teams have so far maintained confidence in the former Bafana Bafana guard.

Daniel Cardoso of the Kaizer Chiefs is taken down by Ali Meza of the Mamelodi Sundowns during the 2019/20 Absa Premier League at Orlando Stadium in Soweto on August 27, 2020 © Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix

Daniel Cardoso is a big fan of Kaiser Chiefs

Cardoso joined the Chiefs from the Free State Stars in June 2015, and expectations are high that he will help the club achieve its goals.

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Still, while Cardoso has been a stalwart for the Chiefs for the past seven years, he hasn’t tasted success in terms of trophies.

Cardoso, who has made 24 appearances in all competitions for the Chiefs this season, has a goal against Barocca in August 2021.

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Overall, Cardoso has made 202 appearances for the Glamour Boys since arriving in 2015 and has scored 13 times.

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