A marriage happens every 34 seconds, while a divorce occurs every two minutes.
Many solutions have been put forward to resolve family issues and violence against women in the sessions of the National Dialogue, rapporteur Yasmine Al-Baghdadi, told Channel One Monday.
Egypt has witnessed over the past period a high rate of divorce, with many cases are resolved at family courts leaving families split apart, which in return negatively affects the society.
The House of Representatives is debating means to limit marital polygamy as the public have strongly expressed mixed opinions about the controversial issue.
Egypt records a case of divorce every two minutes and two marriages per minute, said Major General Khairat Barakat, head of the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) on Tuesday evening.
The Public Prosecution continues its extensive investigations with a man, who dominated headlines in Egypt over the past hours, after he was caught on camera while sexually harassing a girl.
Mawaddah program, launched by the Ministry of Solidarity, further added that 15 percent of divorces happed during the first year.
The second phase started August 16 and will last until September 15.
Four youths decided to provide a close-up on the dilemma in a short film to participate in the Youssef Chahine Award for Best Short Film.
In 2017, the number of marriage cases recorded 913,000, while the divorce cases hit 198,000, averaging 21.7 percent of divorce ratio to every 100 marriage cases.
Marriage and other forms of long-term relationships tend to be the stem from which social systems and social contracts develop.
At least 4,200 questions exclusive to divorce are sent to Dar al-Iftaa every month, a figure that corresponds to an increasing rate of spousal separation in the country.
It is believed that the majority of young men now think that marriage wastes youth, money and is not good for psychological health.
Divorce is painful for both partners, and for a woman, choosing to get divorced is like choosing to go out on a limb, regardless of how unduly the spousal relationship was.
A foreign, non-Muslim mother breathed a sigh of relief as the Egyptian Family Court ruled in favor of her and awarded her the custody of their child.
The divorce rates in Egypt are witnessing a noticeable increase compared to marriage rates, according to a report issued on Monday by CAPMAS.
Divorce cases saw an increase in November 2017 in comparison to November 2016, CAPMAS stated in its monthly bulletin on Wednesday.
Egypt's divorce rate reaches an all time high; a divorce is finalized every two minutes according to NCW.
The U.K. Divorce Reform Act, implemented in 1971, made it easier for couples to divorce upon separation, which led to a large increase in divorce rates in 1972.
Um Kulthum, 67, the first Nubian female marital official, challenges her male counterparts and wins the contest of official marital jobs in Aswan.