The Egyptian state, after the June 30 revolution, witnessed a great movement in political life, and young people became a major and effective participant in parliament and executive positions in the state.
Lawmakers have praised the amendments as encouraging investments, and setting requirements for which workers may be disciplined among other advantages.
The House of Representatives on Tuesday resumed its general sessions to discuss a number of questions addressed to Minister of Education Tarek Shawqi.
The Speaker of the Bahraini House of Representatives conveyed to the President the greetings of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, stressing Bahrain’s keenness to enhance cooperation with Egypt at all levels.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Tuesday in Cairo Head of the Libyan Presidential Council Mohamed al-Menfy.
The Egyptian Parliament held a discussion during its plenary session on Monday, tackling a request by a number of its members on clarifying the government’s policy on the measures taken to confront the phenomenon of climate change.
Gebali reviewed Egypt's efforts in facing climate change as it has given top priority to this issue.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has ratified three amendments to the Counterterrorism Law after being granted final approval from the House of Representatives earlier in November.
Egypt’s senate committees are to discuss new draft law regarding the elderly rights which was submitted by the government after being proposed by member of parliament Abdel Hadi Al-Qasabi along with ten members.
Three amendments to the Counterterrorism Law have been granted final approval from the House of Representatives on Monday.
Bullying a person with a disability shall be punishable by imprisonment for of no less than two years and a fine of no less than LE 50,000 and not more than LE 100,000.
Six members of the CPYP won positions as secretaries of special committees while four others elected as special committee deputies.
The inaugural session is due to convene at 11:00 am on Tuesday, October 5, 2021.
The one-week visit will include discussions topics related to media and tourism between both countries, besides other topics in several fields of mutual concern.
It is expected that Halbousi will sign an agreement with the Egyptian side to exchange experiences and hold training courses, the newspaper added.
Egypt’s participation in the two events is considered a good chance to exchange views regarding regional and international challenges.
Member of Parliament Tayseer Matar called for a harsher penalty for child kidnapping, describing the crime as hostile to humanity.
Saied banned the movement of people or vehicles on the streets from 7 p.m.-6 a.m. until Aug. 27, while also prohibiting gatherings of more than three people in public roads or squares.
The Coordination Committee of Party’s Youth Leaders and Politicians (CPYP) has drafted a law on the ownership and exchange of land between ministries to be used by youth centers and facilities.
The second article of the draft law specifies aspects of using sovereign sukuk to finance investment, economic and development projects included in the economic and social development plan of the state’s general budget.