[size=36]The Judicial Institute reveals the number of female judges in the courts[/size]
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The Judicial Institute revealed, on Saturday, the number of female judges in the courts, while confirming that the door of the institute is open to women, just like their male colleagues.
The Dean of the Judicial Institute, Faten Mohsen, said, "The number of female judges is increasing, especially after 2003, but it is governed by the conditions for admission to the institute, Article 7 of the Judicial Institute Law No. 33 of 1976," indicating that "there are a set of conditions that must be met by the applicant on The institute, whether it is a man or a woman alike, based on the principle of equality and equal opportunities, and this depends on the woman whenever she exceeds the conditions, and the door of the institute is open, just like her male colleague.
Mohsen added, "Since its establishment in 1976 until the present time, approximately 124 female judges have graduated from the institute, and there are currently 115 female judges," noting that "
And Mohsen continued, in an interview with the official news agency, which was followed by Mawazine News, that "15 female judges were accepted into the institute, between male and female prosecutors," pointing out that "the number is increasing because women have a desire to defy and transgress the conditions." Ended 29/N33