Military Judiciary

Military Courts

- Constitution of Egypt

Section 4: Military courts

Article 198: Mandate and trial of civilians

The Military Judiciary is an independent judiciary that adjudicates exclusively in allcrimes related to the armed forces, its officers and personnel; in crimes pertaining tomilitary service which occur within military facilities; or crimes relating to armedforces facilities, equipment or secrets.

Civilians cannot stand trial before military courts except for crimes that harm thearmed forces. The law defines such crimes and determines the other competenciesof the Military Judiciary.

Members of the Military Judiciary are autonomous and cannot be dismissed. Theyshare the immunities, securities, rights and duties stipulated for members of otherjudiciaries.


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