July 23 Revolution
Those are eligible for release in accordance with presidential pardon terms.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Sunday cables from UAE counterpart Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan and Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has highlighted Egypt’s march toward the “New Republic,” in a speech to mark the 71st anniversary of the 23rd of July Revolution, 1952.
This comes within the plan of the Museums Sector of the Supreme Council of Antiquities to engage visitors with the countless national events.
Some of those who are released thanked President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi for pardoning them, voicing their their happinesses as they will reunited with their families to start a new life.
El-Hanager Cultural Forum will be held under the title "July 23 - A Look at History".
The celebratory concert will be performed by the Arab Music Troupe, with the participation of the Opera’s Children Choir.
The symposium comes to celebrate the anniversary of Egypt’s July 23 Revolution.
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli issued a decision designating Saturday 23 July as a paid holiday for civil servants as well as for employees at the private and public business sectors.
The palace was built in the Zizinia area in 1919 by Zainab Fahmy and was completed by her daughter, Princess Fatima.
The palace of Princess Fatima al-Zahra was transformed into a jewelry museum in 1986.
On September 7, many important events took place.
The warning was signed by Lieutenant-General Mohammad Najib.
Members of the Egyptian community in Canada participated in this event, which was organized by the Egyptian embassy in Canada.
At the time, Nasser won with more than 99 percent of the Egyptian electorate.
The Supreme Council of Culture is organizing a symposium titled “Sixty Eight Years Since the July 23 Revolution” on July 26 at 6 p.m. at the council’s main hall.
Egypt’s First Lady Entissar Amer on Thursday congratulated the Egyptian people on the 1952 Revolution, which abolished the monarchy, saying it “constitutes a defining moment in the history of Egypt.”
“Abdel Nasser was a patriot who extremely loved his nation … and his Arab World.”
At the peak of his fame, the state supported him in presenting a series of films that had an important role in encouraging Egyptian youth to join the national weapons.
Qalyubia Culture Palace, affiliated to the General Authority of Culture Palaces, presented a documentary film on the July 23 Revolution on the occasion of its 68th anniversary.