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Nabil Nour El-Din, chairman of Sohag University, announced on Saturday that the university will not abide by the decision to deputise security, reported state-run news agency MENA.
Now we've got to look for someone who is going to play and another player who is going to deputise.
The Salford Member of Parliament will deputise for Mr Blunkett on domestic security through counter-terrorism policy and legislation, the police and the security and intelligence work of the Security Service.
But deputy chairman Harry Bailey said it could be a few weeks before he is back to normal health and will continue to deputise in Weston's place.
Students attending a conference on the constitution at Cairo University on Tuesday strongly criticised Minister of Higher Education, Hossam Eissa, for failing to stall the decision to deputise a number of administrative security personnel to arrest students.
Prime Technology can offer a full support function or simply deputise if an in-house IT manager is out of the office, delivering a cost effective service tailored to the individual firm's needs.
Herita Ilunga is also a doubt with a jaw injury and Jonathan Spector could deputise while James Tomkins is ready to return from a foot problem.
The actor's new role will be to deputise for the Lord Lieutenant, the official link between the island and royalty, at formal engagements.
Aussie Paker was due to return against Sheffield but faces more tests on an injury so Workington's Carl Stonehewer will deputise.
Brazil international Gilberto, who replaced Flamini in the 43rd minute at Anfield, will also deputise for the trip to Old Trafford.
Killie boss Jim Jefferies, whose second-bottom side are looking to go 15 points clear of their opponents, revealed Combe is a major doubt with Chad Harpur standing by to deputise.
The solution is simple: appoint someone to deputise for the Lord Mayor if she has an issue of conscience.
Cairo University chairman, Gaber Nassar, cancelled the decision to deputise a number of administrative security personnel within Cairo University on Sunday, though the decision remains in effect in other public universities.
Councillors claimed that since the director-general was appointed by a Royal Decree, he had no power to deputise any employee to take over his duties unless approved by the minister.