On Thursday, Egypt's Administrative Court will give its verdict on the appeals filed against the presidential decree issued by President Mohamed Morsi on 8 July, which reinstated the People's Assembly.
The lower house of parliament, which was dominated by Islamist parties, was dissolved on 14 June by the military council, following a High Constitutional Court (HCC) order that rendered some articles in the parliamentary electoral law unconstitutional.
On the same day, the court will announce its verdict on the constitutional addendum, issued by the military council in mid-June following the dissolution of parliament.
The court adjourned its review of appeals against the constitutionality of the Constituent Assembly, which was formed by the now-dissolved parliament, as lawyers requested that the judges presiding over the case be recused. The case will reopen on Thursday.
The court has also referred the four lawsuits raised against the legitimacy of the upper houses of parliament, the Shura Council, that is still convening, to the State Commissioner.