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Ashraf stated that the decision has not yet come into effect, as the Ministry of Justice is waiting on a list of names to be deputised.
Mr Al Khaja can only be deputised for a month during the director-general's absence as stated in Municipal Law," he said.
Meath man Loughran, (27), who endured many dark days after the 'Central House affair' at Leopardstown last Christmas, deputised for the injured Tony McCoy to win the E200,000 feature of the Festival at the expense of gallant, hat-trick-seeking top-weight Ansar.
Reggae specialist DJ Village had deputised for radio regular Chris Goldfinger on several occasions, most recently in June.
Jurgen Macho, who deputised for Sorensen last season, is also doubtful with a thigh injury and that has sparked panic.
Russ Wilcox and Brian Quailey deputised for the duo at the weekend and should retain their places.
He added that only five security personnel will be deputised in the University of Tanta.
MANAMA: Prime Minister Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa yesterday deputised Works and Housing Minister Fahmi Al Jowder to attend the Middle East Mechanical Expo 2007.
Meanwhile Gareth Batty, who deputised for Giles against Bangladesh, has been called up to face Australia in Monday's Twenty20 clash at the Rose Bowl.
Allen, 34, has been ITV's pit lane reporter for four years and has deputised for Walker, 77.
Carberry had some compensation later when he himself deputised for Adrian Maguire on the 7-4 favourite Fandango De Chassy in the three-mile Cedar Building Handicap Chase.
Peter Enckelman deputised for Schmeichel, and manager John Gregory said: "He didn't want to risk playing and setting himself back two or three weeks.