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Cornelis Hulsman, Eildert Heiko Mulder, Appendix I: Index of Names of People and Locations in:

Cornelis Hulsman, Diana Serodio (Ed.)

The 2014 Egyptian Constitution, page 131 - 140

Perspectives from Egypt

1. Edition 2017, ISBN print: 978-3-8288-3838-3, ISBN online: 978-3-8288-6933-2, https://doi.org/10.5771/9783828869332-131

Series: Anwendungsorientierte Religionswissenschaft, vol. 10

Tectum, Baden-Baden
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Appendix I: Index of Names of People and Locations (Cornelis Hulsman and Eildert Heiko Mulder) Names of Arabic names are given in alphabetical order of their first name since names in the Arab world are mostly name strings; first name is given, the second name is the first name of father, the third name is the first name of grandfather and the fourth name, if used, is the first name of the great grandfather. Western names, however, in this list have been sorted by fami ly names followed by their first name. IJMES Transliteration Common spelling (if used) Description Presidents of Egypt Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi Abdel Fattah el-Sisi 2014- Adli Mansur Adly Mansour 2013-2014 Muhammad Mursi Mohamed Morsi 2012-2013 Muhammad Husayn al- Tanfawi Mohamed Hussein Tantawi 2011-2012, Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces between Mubarak's ouster and Mursi's presidency, in this period the de-facto ruler of Egypt. Husni Mubarak Hosni Mubarak 1981-2011 Anwar al-Sadat Anwar Sadat 1970-1981 famal 'Abd al-Nasir Gamal Abdel Nasser 1956-1970 Chapter 2: Historical Context of the 2014 Constitution Abd al-Majid Mahmud Prosecutor General under the Mubarak Government Adil Muhammad al- Khayyat Former leader of alfama a al-Islamiyya Ayman Salama Ayman Salama Constitutional Law expert, Professor of Law 131 Basil al-Dabh Reporter for the Cairobased independent English newspaper Daily News Egypt Jamal Mubarak Gamal Mubarak Son of ex-President Husni Mubarak Habib al- 'Adli Minister of Interior in the Mubarak Government Issam Sharaf Prime Minister after the fall of Mubarak Tariq al-Bishri Top Egyptian legal expert widely believed to be associated with the Muslim Brotherhood Usama Farid Leading businessman, close associate of the Muslim Brotherhood Yusuf al-Qaradawi Shaykh, popular Muslim Brotherhood ideologue Chapter 3: Forming the 2012 and 2013 Constituent Assemblies: A Com parative Process Ahmad Radwan Former Senior Judge and Government Cabinet Minister 'Amr Darraj Amr Darrag Minister of Planning and International Cooperation (7 May 2013 - 4 July 2013), Freedom and Justice Party member 'Amr Musa Amr Moussa General Secretary of the Constituent Assembly 'Abd al-'Aziz al-Salman Commissioner of the Supreme Constitutional Court, assistant to the Committee of Ten 132 Abd al-Jalil Mustafa al- Basyuni Abdel Gelil Moustafa al-Basyouni Prominent cardiologist and activist, former Presidential candidate, member of the Constituent Assembly 'Amr al-Shubaki Political scientist, member of the Constituent Assembly Amr Salah al-Din Ala’ al- Din Muhammad Youth Representative, member of the Constituent Assembly Antonius 'Aziz Mina, Bishop Catholic Bishop of Giza, member of the Constituent Assembly fabir Jad Jad al-Haq Nasir Gaber Gad Gad el- Haq Nasser Professor of Law and President of Cairo University, member of the Constituent Assembly Huda Abd al-Mun'im Faraj al-Sada Professor of English Literature at Cairo University, women's rights activist, member of the Constituent Assembly Kamal al- Hilbawi Kamal el-Helbawi Co Vice-President of the Constituent Assembly, Islamist thinker, Muslim Brotherhood affiliate Layla Takla Coptic lawyer and politician Majdi Ya'qub Magdi Yacoub British-Egyptian cardiothoracic surgeon, Coptic Co Vice-President of the Constituent Assembly, philanthropist 133 Mahmud Badr Tamarrud Representative, member of the Constituent Assembly Mahmud al-Barbari External advisor for Drafting Subcommittee, member of Arabic Language Council Mlrfat al-Tallawi Mervat Tallawi Head of the National Council for Women, member of the Constituent Assembly Muna Dhu al-Fiqar Mona Zulficar Lawyer, Deputy Head of the National Council for Human Rights, Co Vice President of the Constituent Assembly Muhammad Ahmad ' Abd al-'Aziz Tamarrud representative, assistant to the Governing System Subcommittee Muhammad al-Salmawi Head of the Writers' Union, member of the Constituent Assembly Muhammad Imad al- Najjar Commissioner of the Supreme Constituent Court, assistant to the expert Committee of Ten Muhammad Mahmud 'Abd al-Salam 'Abd al- Latlf fudge, consultant of Al- Azhar's Grand Imam, member of the Constituent Assembly Najib Abadir Coptic reserve member of the Committee of Fifty, founding member of the Free Egyptians Party 134 Samih 'Ashur Head of Lawyers' Syndicate, member of the Constituent Assembly Salah Fadl External advisor to the Drafting Subcommittee, member of the Arabic Language Council Chapter 4: Shaping Egypt's 2014 Constitution: Controversy and Negotia tions al-Sayyid al-Badawi el-Sayyid el-Badawi Head of the liberal New al-Wafd Party, member of the Constituent Assembly Abd Allah Mabruk Muhammad al-Najjar Professor and Head of Department of Special Law in the Faculty of Shari'a and Law at Azhar University, member of the Constituent Assembly Ahmad al-Tayyib Grand Shaykh of al-Azhar Ahmad Id Founding member of the 30 June Front Mahmud Badr See Chapter 3 Amr Musa Amr Moussa See Chapter 3 Amr Salah al-Din Ala’ al- Din Muhammad See Chapter 3 Antonius Aziz Mina, Bishop See Chapter 3 Bassam al-Sayyid Husayn Mutawalli (Bassam al- Zarqa) Deputy Head of the Salafist Nour Party, member of the Constituent Assembly 135 Bula, Bishop Paul Bishop of the diocese of Tania, Head of the Coptic Orthodox Council for Marital Affairs, member of the Constituent Assembly Diya’ Rashwan Head of Egypt's Syndicate of Journalists, Head of Al- Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, member of the Constituent Assembly Hajjaj 'Udul Hagag Udul Writer, Nubian representative in the Constituent Assembly Husam al-Massah Lawyer, member of the National Council for Persons with Disabilities, disabled representative in the Constituent Assembly Jamil Habib Gamil Habib Attorney, Catholic reserve member of the Constituent Assembly, advisor to the Government System Subcommittee Kamal al- Hilbawi See Chapter 3 Mirfat al-Tallawi Mervat Tallawi See Chapter 3 Muhammad Abla Representative of the Ap plied Arts Syndicate, member of the Constituent Assembly Muhammad Ahmad ' Abd al-'Aziz See Chapter 3 136 Muhammad Ahmad Ghunaym Urologist, Co-Founder of the Egyptian Social Democratic Party, member of the Constituent Assembly Muhammad 'All Ruler of Egypt (1805-1849) regarded as a great modernizer and reformer of Egypt during the Ottoman Era Muhammad Ibrahim 'Abd al-Hamid Mansur (Muhammad Ibrahim) Replacement of Bassam al-Zarqa in the Constituent Assembly Muhammad Khayri 'Abd al-Dayim Head of the Medical Doctor's Syndicate, member of the Constituent Assembly Muhammad Mahmud 'Abd al-Salam 'Abd al- Latif See Chapter 3 Mus'ad Abu al-Fajr Writer, activist, public figure, Sinai (Bedouin) Representative in the Constituent Assembly Nadia Mustafa Professor of Political Science, Cairo University, Independent Islamist Sa d al-Din Mus'ad Ahmad Hasan al-Hilali Comparative furisprudence professor at the Azhar University, member of the Constituent Assembly Safwat al-Bayadi Head of the Protestant Christian Community Council Egypt, member of the Constituent Assembly 137 Samih 'Ashur Sameh Ashour See Chapter 3 Sayyid Hijab Poet, representative of the Supreme Council of Culture in the Constituent Assembly Shawql Ibrahim 'Abd al- Karlm 'Allam Grand Mufti of Egypt Shirin F. Ibrahim Shirin F. Ibrahim Egypt's first female pathologist, consulting expert to the 2012 and 2014 Constituent Assemblies Chapter 5: A Comparison of the 2012 and 2014 Constitutions Ahmad ' Abd Rabbuh Ahmed Abd Rabou Assistant Professor of Political Science at Cairo University George Najl Maslha George Nagy Messiha Former Parliament member, member of the 2012 Consituent Assembly Gelderblom, Hanneke Former member of the Council of Europe Hazim al-BiblawI Hazem al-Beblawi Interim Prime Minister of Egypt (2013 until 1 March 2014) Karim al-Jawahir! Karim el-Gawhary German-Egyptian journalist, researcher Karim al-Shadhli Karim el-Chazli PhD. student in Law, Sorbonne University of Paris Muhammad al-Sumada Lawyer made famous by his court case against Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd Muna al- Saghir Mona el-Saghir Former Head of Egypt's Central TV Administration 138 Muna Dhu al-Fiqar Mona Zulficar See Chapter 3 Mustafa Darwish Mustafa Darwish Former State Council fudge Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd Liberal Islamic and Qur anic scholar made famous by his prolific apostasy trial Reiss, Wolfram Professor of Comparative Religion, University of Vienna, Austria Sa d al-Din Mus'ad Ahmad Hasan al-Hilali See Chapter 4 Sa' d al-Din Ibrahim Saad Eddin Ibrahim Leading Egyptian Human Rights and Democracy activist Tahani al-Jibali Tahani al-Gebali Ex Vice-President of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt; the first woman to hold a judiciary position in the country Chapter 6: Conclusion ' Adil Majid Adel Maged Vice-President of the Egyptian Court of Cassation Bula, Bishop See Chapter 4 Kamal al-Hilbawi See Chapters 3 & 4 Muhammad Khayri 'Abd al-Dayim See Chapter 4 Muhammad Ibrahim 'Abd al-Hamid Mansur (Muhammad Ibrahim) See Chapter 4 Samih 'Ashur Sameh Ashour See Chapters 3 &4 Publication in transliteration and the own spelling as provided by this publication Al-Ula al-Oula/rtm-aloula Moroccan Radio and TV 139 Locations in transliteration and popular spelling Isma'iliyya Ismailia City in Northeastern Egypt Mafruh Matrouh Seaport in Northwestern Egypt Tanfa Tanta City in Egypt's Nile Delta between Cairo and Alex andria. 140

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Abstract

After President Hosni Mubarak was toppled in 2011, discussions followed immediately regarding the revision of the Egyptian Constitution. Islamist political groups insisted that Parliamentary and Presidential elections should precede the formation of a new Constitution, aiming to use their momentum to gain the upper hand in the Constitutional Assembly. Non-Islamists believed that representatives from all layers of society must first formulate a new Constitution before elections should be held. Out of this struggle emerged the 2012 Constitution, a document deeply influenced by Islamist political ideas and goals. Dissatisfied with the proceedings, the non-Islamists walked out of the Constitutional Assembly before the Constitution was finalized. In attempts to reconcile the alienated non-Islamist factions, and heal a divided Egyptian society, the Egyptian Constitution of 2014 was created. All efforts were made to avoid a similar walk-out from Islamist factions. Various political actors were interviewed during, and shortly after the 2014 constitutional formation process. This book is essential reading for anyone wishing to understand the discussions and debates surrounding the formation of the 2014 Constitution. This book follows and complements the previous books in the series on recent religious and political developments in Egypt, in particular Vol. 3 The Sharia as the Main Source of Legislation? (2012), Vol. 8 Rise and Fall of the Muslim Brotherhood 2011-2013 (2016), Vol. 9 From Ruling to Opposition 2011-2013 (2017).