CAIRO: Political parties and forces refuse the inviolability of the Supreme Electoral Commission (SEC) for the presidential elections, head of the Egyptian Social Democratic Party Mohamed Abou el-Ghar said in a seminar Saturday.
The seminar was held at the Tagammu Party office to discuss the elections law, where Abou el-Ghar said the decisions of the Supreme Electoral Commission should be under the scrutiny of the judiciary.
“The administrative decisions of any state body, including the SEC, should never be immunized,” Abou el-Ghar said.
According to Al-Ahram Gate, constitutional adviser to the president Ali Awad said the Cabinet and the Constitutional Court approved the inviolability of the SEC.
“The current stage requires stabilizing the position of the president after his election,” Al-Ahram Gate quoted Awad.
Additional reporting by Mahmoud Othman.