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Hisham Ashraf, head of the Cairo University Student Union, said that in Tuesday's conference, Nassar explained that his decision to cancel deputising university security was a result of the students' demands.
Nassar's statement incited discontent among students attending the conference; they soon called on Eissa, who was present at the time, to issue a decision cancelling deputising security personnel nationwide.
The major difference is who takes responsibility for ensuring that a service is available, historically it has been your own GPs who would either do the on call duties themselves with colleagues, or pay a deputising service.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Andrew Smith has been deputising for Mr Brown, though the Chancellor has kept in close contact with his department throughout his absence from Westminster.
The winner was ridden by Jimmy Fortune, deputising for Terry Lucas, who was unwell.
Their partnership ended when Warwickshire's director of coaching, Phil Neale, deputising for injured umpire John Holder (swollen knee), ruled Claughton was the victim of a run out.
Larne assistant boss Frankie Parks, deputising for deputising for the absent Kel McDermott, complained: "It's frustrating when you play well and then give goals away so cheaply.
Yeast, the 8-1 favourite, made virtually all the running under Kieren Fallon, deputising for the injured Ray Cochrane.
The faculty staff said they were alarmed to hear about the deputising decision.
Murray Strang comes in for Ben Price in the back-line, with Grant deputising for Ally Thompson up front.
Quinn was deputising for Shane Kelly, who could not do the 7st 11lb on the three-year-old, and rode a cool race, not panicking when he found himself well adrift early on.
But youth-team manager Kevin Blackwell, deputising for Bruce Grobbelaar, saved Dave Savage's spot kick.
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