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The Supreme Administrative Court : Retirement of a public servant does not preclude disciplinary accountability and a fine with a pension deduction

The Supreme Administrative Court : Retirement of a public servant does not preclude disciplinary accountability and a fine with a pension deduction

The Supreme Administrative Court, headed by Counselor Salah Hilal, ruled, unanimously, Punishing a former official in education in Aswan with a fine equivalent to five times the wage he was receiving at the end of his service when he reached the age of sixty in 2018, He was convicted of sabotaging an electricity tower under the 2016 ruling of the Aswan Military Court, which sentenced him to seven years in prison.

The court said in its ruling that the evidence from the papers is that the appellant (A.M.A.), in his capacity as the head of the preparatory education department in the Daraw Education Department in Aswan Governorate, during 2016 had vandalized public property in the Electricity Tower No. 191/194 of the Nagaa Hammadi Line in Qena Governorate, He was brought to the military court, where the Aswan Military Court issued a seven-year prison sentence against him, which makes this accusation proven against him with certainty. in a manner that constitutes in his right a grave breach of the dignity of the position he was occupying and to which he was affiliated, A disciplinary offense that deserves punishment.

The court clarified that since it was also established that the Administrative Prosecution conducted an investigation with the appellant in that violation on March 6, 2018, and then the appellant’s service was terminated when he reached the age of sixty on April 24, 2018, he must be punished with a fine equivalent to five times the wage he was receiving per month for the end of his service.

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