Egyptian State Council Accepts a Lawsuit to Halt Services Provided By Transportation Tycoons, Uber and Careem
According to several news sources, including Youm7, Egyptian State Council decided to accept lawsuit to halt the services provided by the leading transportation apps in Egypt. The Administrative Court of the State Council, headed by Chancellor Bakheet Ismail, decided on Tuesday, to accept the lawsuit made by Alaa Mohammed and others to stop the operations of the transportation tycoons.
The lawsuit is assigned to the Prime Minister, in addition to the Ministers of the Interior, Transport, Communications, and Finance, and the legal representative of Uber and Careem. The claim is that the drivers’ cars are licensed for personal use and not as a transportation service provider, which violates the terms of the license for the cars; ultimately, harming the normal drivers’ in their profession.