Cairo to ban politically affiliated student groupsDaily News Egypt.
Speaking to state-owned MENA, the university’s President Gaber Nassar said student groups used for any political or partisan activities will be dissolved.
“It is not the university president’s right to make a decision like this,” said Sherif Hany, a teaching assistant in the engineering department at Cairo University. He added: “The student bylaws are what organise student activities and clubs on campus. During the Mubarak era, the student bylaws did not allow for politically affiliated clubs but after the [25 January] revolution this changed. Now, according to the student bylaws, no one has the right to prevent the creation of a club. The only condition is that the clubs not be religiously discriminatory.”
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