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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
Iraqi public figures call on government to hold an urgent elections
Slogan of fifth round of parliament will be “serving ordinary citizens,” says speaker
If such a decision is made, Russia would be able to provide the resettlement of the United Nations and guarantee the rights of all foreign participants, Matviyenko said.
Johnson explained that his decision to shut down the parliament aimed to allow the Queen to pass a new legislative outline for the government on 14 October.
Government is supposed to submit another draft law early October, says MP
Several parliamentarians praised decision, describing it as good step
“This is a very negative decision which will be a setback for Egypt’s investment climate that began to recover in the last few months,” says Amer
According to local media reports, many MPs asserted that the banning of e-cigarettes in Egypt is necessity and called on the Ministry of Health to start investigation into the damages that it may cause
Parliament Deputy Speaker previously announced that the election of the House of Representatives and the Senate should be held at the end of 2020
MP Yasser Omar said the Egyptian economy needs continuous strengthening efforts, noting that economic laws are of great importance, most notably customs and taxes.
Round is expected to begin in October and continue until June 2020
Auctions on Egyptian artefacts in Europe must end
This term saw issuance of major laws of senate, division of constituencies, political rights, says Hasballah
This term witnessed approval of 156 laws
Abdel Aal said new NGO Law meets 99% of civil society community demands