Sheikh Nawaf wished the crown prince best of luck and success in his new duties.
Planning Minister Hala el Saeid said Sunday that the 2014 constitution clearly indicates economic and social rights of citizens that should be realized by the government.
The polls were postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19, leaving Ethiopia in a constitutional limbo.
The dialogue took place over 4 months on 3 levels.
The draft provides that the president has the right to nominate one third of the 300 members.
The Fifth Terrorism Judicial District put on Saturday former Parliamentarian Ziad al-Eleimy and 12 members of Al Amal (Hope) cell on terror lists for five years.
Parliament Speaker Ali Abdel Aal hailed all journalists in Egypt, affirming the Parliament’s support to press through the provisions of the constitution.
Eighty-six received presidential pardons while 219 were released on parole.
Sudan’s transitional government delegation and the Populist Movement (North - El Helw Division) signed the “Political Declaration” in Juba on Monday.
The current Egyptian constitution promulgated in 2014 and amended in 2019 regulates the role and elections of municipal councils.
The statements of Hamduk came during his first TV interview since he took up the post earlier this week with Sudanese 24 channel.
As per the debatable amendments the president will choose one out of seven oldest judges to be the chairperson of any highest judicial body for a four-year term.
The bill also stipulates that the Fund, in coordination with concerned authorities, civil society organizations and the private sector, should provide care and support in all aspects of life for people with disabilities, such as scholarships for schools,
Ballot counting in Asyut’s 609 sub-committees has ended after three days of voting in a referendum on 14 amendments to the Egyptian constitution.
President Sisi received a phone call by Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi who congratulated him and Egyptians on completing the amendments referendum.
Sub-committees in Beheira Governorate began ballot counting late on Monday for a referendum on 14 amendments to the Egyptian constitution.
Ballot counting for a referendum on 14 amendments to the Egyptian constitution began late on Monday after polling stations nationwide closed their doors.
The third and last day of voting on draft constitutional amendments domestically has kicked off while casting ballots for expats was concluded on Sunday.
Voters kept turning out to polling places to cast their ballots across all the country’s governorates.
The presence of youth was noticed at a number of polling places across the country, queuing to cast their ballots in the referendum on constitutional amendments.