Administrative Prosecution Authority refers 9 officials from the Egyptian Authority for Maritime Safety to Disciplinary Trial

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Administrative Prosecution Authority refers 9 officials from the Egyptian Authority for Maritime Safety to Disciplinary Trial

Monday, 05 December 2016


Counselor/ Ali Rizk President of Administrative Prosecution Authority ordered to refer Former CEO of Egyptian Authority for Maritime Safety (EAMS) and other 8 officials to disciplinary trial as during the period from 2008 to 2011 they did not perform their work with due diligence and violated laws, regulations and financial rules they should follow since that they failed to enforce a disciplinary judgment regarding dismissing some officials from EAMS, referring others to pension and suspending others from work.

Where the indictment memorandum presented by APA revealed that EAMS officials were accused of the following violations:
1. Allowed an official to occupy the post of Head Assistant of EAMS for 14 months, despite the non-renewal of his contract as well as allowing him and another official to travel to Portugal to attend a meeting of the Sub-Groups of maritime safety despite the judgment previously issued regarding the first’s dismissal from work where they also did not obtain the approval of the Minister of Transport regrading the travel of the second since he works with a temporary contract.

2. Nominated an official to attend a conference in England despite the judgment of his dismissal from the service.

3. Illegally paid monthly bonuses to officials at the Office of the Minister of Transport and Shipping sector worth 171 thousand EGP
Accordingly, APA requested the disciplinary court to promptly issue its judgement based on the above mentioned violations
Administrative Prosecution Authority refers 9 officials from the Egyptian Authority for Maritime Safety to Disciplinary Trial