Mohamed Rashwan, a lawyer in cassation, confirmed that the Al-Ahly club resorted to the administrative court to cancel the decision to form the Disciplinary Committee, which is an “administrative, not a sports” decision, according to the regulations of the Egyptian Football Association.. indicating that there is a clear regulation for the Football Association regarding the right of clubs to resort to administrative courts.
Rashwan said in statements on the Box to Box program, which is broadcast on the etc channel: “Two months ago, the Zamalek club resorted to the administrative court against the Football Association’s decision to prevent the registration of players, and the Al-Ahly club resorted to the court against an administrative decision, which is the formation of the Disciplinary Committee.”
And he added: “Counselor Adel Al-Shorbaji, head of the Grievances Committee, who is of great value and stature, found that there was an appeal from Al-Ahly Club, and the case is currently pending, so he decided to suspend the penalties until the case is decided, and the legislator is the one who set the regulations that stipulate the need to elect the Disciplinary Committee, and in a paragraph Another, but exceptional, is the vacancy of some positions in the committee, and he did not talk about forming a full committee.
And he continued: “Al-Ahly Club is right in the lawsuit, and is closer to obtaining a ruling from the administrative court in its favor in accordance with the laws.”
And he added: “I hope that we will see FIFA’s communications to the Egyptian Football Association regarding the formation of the Disciplinary Committee. Jabalia must reveal to the public opinion the International Federation’s response to the legality of appointing the committee, and because everyone aims to uphold the authority of the General Assembly, which is one of the goals of the Olympic Committee and international sports federations.”
And he concluded: “Where is the dispute settlement committee?! It is not permissible for a judicial committee to be appointed through employees.”