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Egypt coordinates with Kenya treating one million HCV’s patients, says Madbouly
‘Agreement is supposed to be reassessed in 2020, but there is no intention to cancel it,’ says economic analyst
On Monday’s session, parliament discussed the new amendments in order to broaden the scope of terrorist entities to include Muslim Brotherhood-linked television channels, radio stations, and social media accounts, which are involved in inciting violence and terrorism, as well as being involved in funding terrorist activities and operations.
Law aims to support state’s plan to produce healthy food by reducing chemicals use
Real Estate Development Chamber to form a committee for property export, says chamber deputy head
Parliament is still waiting on draft laws from the government concerning the house of representatives and senate
Al-Sisi ordered extension on 12 January, says parliament speaker
The government aims to assign the responsibilities of HPPEA to NREA
Heads of several parliamentary blocs rejected the law, believing that it includes constitutional flaws
The report included achievements and parliament’s performance during the year, which witnessed the fourth round, the beginning of fifth, and its last round.
Amendments include penalties for any illegal acts by public officials damaging any state properties
During the session, the parliament speaker Ali Abdel Aal said the State Council’s report on the law came in line with what the parliament said. In November, the parliament initially approved new amendments and referred it to the State Council for its advisory opinion.
New local councils are expected to be elected next February
The draft which was submitted by the cabinet aimed to amend Article No 5 of the law
Quoted by Lebanese media, Hariri said on Tuesday, “It is clear that what’s more dangerous than the severe economic crisis Lebanon is going through, is the state of chronic denial that has been expressed on many occasions over the past weeks.”
3-10 ministers related to public services are expected to be replaced, says MP Mohamed Badrawy
Parliament will halt for three weeks, but will hold some extraordinary meetings
Parliament Member Mostafa Bakri told reporters that a ministerial reshuffle will be announced soon
Tantawi’s initiative called for the abolition of the recent constitutional amendments, which allow the president’s term in office be increased from four to six years.
The extension is to help police and army forces fight terrorist groups, and help the state implement development programmes, says Madbouly
It is a cornerstone in overcoming water challenges in Egypt, says Abdel Aty
It aims to strengthen protection measures of personal data
The committee claimed during its inspection visit to the New Minya Prisons area on Sunday that some human rights organisations “fabricate lies” about the human rights situation in Egypt.
New Beginning initiative believes toughening penalties was not enough
During Monday’s plenary session, the parliament approved a €205m loan agreement to upgrade the first line of the Cairo Metro. The agreement was signed with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in August 2018.
The committee will hold regular meetings with ambassadors of the European Union, North and South America, and Arab states, says Head of Egypt’s Parliament Committee of Human Rights
Abdel Aal urged that fighting terrorism should not be confined to armed struggle but also include cultural, social, and media elements
Ninety Libyan members arrived in Cairo to attend the second meeting with Egyptian counterparts
The committee headed by Soliman Wahdan will discuss statements given by ministers on 9 October before parliament on GERD
Some members call for inquests of ministers on controversial topics