Court Ruling

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Christian Entity Concerned about Court Ruling to Deny Burial Rights in Egypt

Jan 6, 2022

The leadership of the Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has expressed concern about an Egyptian court’s ruling permitting local authorities in the country to deny cemetery land to members of religions that are not recognized in the Northeastern African nation. 

Bishops of Malawi with Pope Francis at the Vatican. They are advocating for peace and order ahead of the court ruling on the Presidential election petition due February 3, 2020

Ahead of Court Ruling on Election Petition in Malawi, Bishops Appeal for “peace and order”

Feb 1, 2020

Against the backdrop of the imminent and much-anticipated court ruling on the presidential election petition in Malawi set for Monday, February 3, Catholic Bishops in the Southeast African country have called on Malawians to understand and appreciate the value of “maintaining peace and order.”

Malawi Bishops who have issued a statement on respecting and upholding the rule of law as the nation awaits court ruling on the presidential election case / Williams Mponda/ ECM

“Accept court ruling, or challenge it peacefully, constitutionally”: Malawi Bishops

Dec 5, 2019

Following months of post-elections unrest in the Southeast African nation of Malawi and a court hearing expected Friday, December 6 on an election petition challenging the May 21 poll, Catholic Bishops in the country have called on the estimated 16.8 million Malawians to accept the court ruling or challenge such outcome through “peaceful and constitutional mechanisms” even though the final verdict is expected in February 2020.