The National Dialogue held Thursday a specialists' session, within the political axis, on political parties.
Egypt’s National Dialogue resumed its sessions on Sunday for the 6th week, starting with the political parties Committee which is included within the political axis of the dialogue.
Political figures and parties’ members who have participated at the National Dialogue sessions, see that there are ‘golden opportunities’ to present new ideas and discuss different issues openly during the meetings, as they praised in their statements the ‘positive environment’ that is prevailing during the sessions.
The first discussion sessions of the societal axis of the National Dialogue kicked off Thursday, with the presence of various currents and political prominent figures as they discussed several of issues including guardianship over minors' money and property.
As the country prepares for holding its senate elections in less than a month, a national alliance including 11 parties was formed to run in the race.
Revived by a public referendum in April this year, the senate is believed to be of great importance to the political life in Egypt.
The latest local councils, formed after 2008 polls, were dissolved in 2011 following the popular uprising that ended the 30-year rule of Hosni Mubarak.
The outlawed brotherhood has been following the same strategy throughout its history since it was founded by Hassan al-Banna in order to evade bans.
No political activity will be allowed inside Cairo University, according to Mohamed El-Khosht on Wednesday.
A debate session held during the National Youth Conference capitalized on the stagnant position that political parties hold in Egypt and presented recommendations.
The Egyptian constitution does not ban merging political parties of similar programs, constitutional expert Salah Fawzy said.
In his first interview after being elected as chairman of the Wafd party, Bahaa Abu Shoka reveals to ET his plans for the party, his strategy for the party and its role in Egyptian politics and the party’s role in upholding and strengthening Egypt’s democ
A number of political figures announced on Wednesday the establishment of the National Civil Movement, a new bloc which includes eight different parties.
The coalition comprises 317 parliament members; of which 216 are independent, and 101 are affiliated with seven parties.