ESSC

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AcronymDefinition
ESSCÉcole de Soins et Santé Communautaire (French: School of Community Health and Care; Switzerland)
ESSCEarth System Science Center (various universities)
ESSCEnvironmental Systems Science Centre
ESSCElectronic Security Specialists & Cabling (Memphis, TN)
ESSCEuropean Society for Soil Conservation
ESSCEnvironmental Science for Social Change (Philippines)
ESSCElementary and Secondary School Counseling (California)
ESSCEarth System Science Community
ESSCEnglish Springer Spaniel Club (Great Britain)
ESSCEnglish Shetland Sheepdog Club
ESSCElectronic Security Specialists (Memphis, TN)
ESSCEarth System Sciences Committee
ESSCÉtoile Sportive de Saint-Cézaire (French sports club)
ESSCEmergency State Security Court (Egypt)
ESSCEuropean Space Sciences Committee
ESSCElementary Science Support Center
ESSCEmployers' Social Security Contributions (various locations)
ESSCEducation and Skills Select Committee (UK)
ESSCEdmonton Space & Science Centre
ESSCEducation Student Service Center
ESSCErasmus Student Service Center
ESSCElectronics Sustainment Support Center
ESSCEnterprising Service Solutions Company (Genicom)
ESSCElectro Slag Strip Cladding
ESSCElectronic Stability Control Coalition
ESSCElectronic Single Support Center
ESSCElectronic Services Steering Committee (IEEE)
ESSCEnhanced Services System Certification (Sprint PCS)
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The state security prosecutor usually investigates cases of suspected armed groups or international organized crime and refers cases to the Emergency State Security Court, which was set up under the Emergency Law that has been in effect in Egypt for decades.
Shahin explained that the supreme emergency state security court will be hearing the cases on which the law is applied instead of the usual judiciary.
"Prosecutor General Abdel Meguid Mahmoud ordered the referral of three accused defendants, who included two Israeli fugitives and an detained Egyptian, to the Emergency State Security Court on the charges of spying for Israel and harming the country's national interests," Badawi told reporters.
Cairo: An Egyptian emergency state security court yesterday adjourned until October 24 the trial of 26 Arabs allegedly recruited by the Lebanese group Hezbollah to destabilise Egypt.
On July 24, two suspects from those bombings went on trial before Egypt's Emergency State Security Court, while a third, Mohammed Ahmad Fulayfel, is being tried in absentia.
The Emergency State Security Court initially sentenced 23 of them in November, 2001, to jail terms ranging from one to five years.
Shahin explained that the supreme emergency state security court will be overlooking the cases on which the law is applied instead of the usual judiciary.
The two Israelis, who have not been arrested but were accused of being part of the spy ring, were also convicted and sentenced by the emergency state security court. Hussein was accused of accepting $37,000 to provide Israel with information about Egyptians working in telecoms companies who could be recruited to spy in Egypt, Syria and Lebanon.
"Prosecutor General Abdel Meguid Mahmoud ordered the referral of the three accused defendants, two Israeli fugitives and a detained Egyptian, to the Emergency State Security Court on the charges of spying for Israel and harming the country's national interests," Badawi told reporters.
Cairo: An Egyptian emergency state security court will start on August 23 trying 26 Arabs allegedly recruited by the Lebanese group Hezbollah to launch terror attacks in Egypt, prosecutors said on Sunday.
Eissa, who has been dogged for several years by criminal prosecutions, was charged under the Penal Code in September with publishing reports about Mubarak's health that were "liable to disturb public security and damage public interest." The case was first submitted to the Emergency State Security Court, an exceptional tribunal that does not allow for appeals and rarely issues acquittals.
CAIRO: The Emergency State Security Court on Sunday adjourned to Sept.
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