Egypt's law allows allocation of vacant lands in industrial and tourist areas for small and medium enterprises.
The draft law was finally decided upon by the Senate.
Providing the elderly with integrated health care rights, facilitating the payment of pensions, and providing a companion for the elderly in his home.
Anyone who violates this shall be punished by imprisonment for a period of not less than one year and not exceeding three years and a fine of not less than 100,000 pounds and not more than 500,000 pounds, and in the event of recurrence, the penalty is doubled.
This came during recommendations within a report of the Energy, Environment and Manpower Committee on a proposal submitted by MP Muhammad Al-Sayed Al-Salhi regarding activating the 5 percent rate for people with disabilities, which was referred to the government to take the necessary action.
“The door will be opened for filing tax disputes after the end of the Eid al-Adha holiday, and until the end of December of this year; this will help alleviate the burdens on the productive sectors in light of the negative repercussions of the war in Europe,” the Finance Minister said.
This law comes within the field of promoting the national economy and advancing its capabilities.
Egypt’s Senate has approved during its second session of convening nine legislations.
The executive regulation of this law defines the obligations, procedures and other tasks that the personal data protection official must perform.
The law regulating the rights of the elderly in Egypt has set a punishment of imprisonment and fine to any one charged with caring for elderly person, and neglects to perform assigned duties.
Egypt’s Telecommunications Regulatory Law punishes unlawful intentional interception of radio waves by imprisonment and fine.
Article 95 of the legal bill regulating civil work in Egypt designates seven types of violations to the license issuance conditions.
Minister of Justice Omar Marwan attended Sunday the plenary session of the House of Representatives to discuss the draft amendments to the money laundering law.
Egypt's Law of Small, Medium and Micro Enterprise Development included a package of incentives and facilitations to encourage young people to own small projects and support small industries.
Egyptian law punishes licensee who extracts mineral resources from mines, quarries or Salinas that are outside the limits of his license with a fine of no less than L.E. 100,000 and not exceeding L.E. 5 million.
Egypt's Law No. 117 of 1983 for the Protection of Antiquities stipulated many penalties that pursue any encroachments on archaeological areas.
Such access is a right granted by the country’s freedom of information (FoI) laws, which is in practice being undermined, as indicated by the letter.
The Law regulating the Elderly Rights in Egypt has seen fruitful cooperation between legislative and executive authorities, Member of Parliament Ahmed Fathi said.
The law divides culprits into four categories.
The president also honored a number of women.