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Sunday, 21 February 2021

Last Night’s Talk Shows on 21 February 2021

The digitalization of court documents and archives in Egypt and across Africa was at the top of the talking heads’ agendas yesterday, after President Abdel Fattah El Sisi called for the transformation in a speech to the heads of Africa’s constitutional courts, Masaa DMC’s Eman El Hosary noted. (watch, runtime: 5:23). A digital platform to allow for communication between the continent’s judiciaries is now in the works, Supreme Constitutional Court spokesperson Boulos Fahmy told Al Hayah Al Youm’s Mohamed Sherdy (watch, runtime: 9:14).

Amr Adib is on the mend, but is on leave to recover from his car accident last week, an official from MBC Masr said. Lamees El Hadidi — Adib’s better half — took the time to reassure viewers that the host is in stable condition and thanked everyone for their well wishes (watch, runtime: 5:60).

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