- Title Pages
- 1 A Political Analysis of the Egyptian Judges' Revolt
- 2 The Development of Relations between the Mixed Courts and the Executive Authority in Egypt (1875–1904)
- 3 The Law on Judicial Authority and Judicial Independence
- 4 The General Prosecutor between the Judicial and Executive Authorities
- 5 The Political Role of the Egyptian Judiciary
- 6 The Political Role of the Supreme Constitutional Court: Between Principles and Practice
- 7 The Role of the Judges' Club in Enhancing the Independence of the Judiciary and Spurring Political Reform1
- 8 Reining in the Executive: What Can the Judiciary Do?
- 9 Judges and Elections: The Politicization of the Judges' Discourse
- 10 Exceptional Courts and the Natural Judge
- 11 Judges and Acts of Sovereignty
- 12 The Government's Non-execution of Judicial Decisions
- 13 Egyptian Parties and Syndicates vis-à-vis Judicial Decisions
- 14 The Judicial Authority and Civil Society
- 15 The Relationship between Judges and Human Rights Organizations during the 2005 Elections and the Referendum
- 16 The Independence of the Judiciary as a Democratic Construct
- Appendix: Draft Constituent Declaration of the Union of Arab Judges
- (p.1) Introduction
- Judges and Political Reform in Egypt
- American University in Cairo Press
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