The government will move mid-2021.
The government will move from Cairo to the New Administrative Capital mid-2021.
Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli has clarified that the volume documents and records the most important and top presidential achievements that Egypt has witnessed during the past period in various sectors.
Gamil emphasized the importance of those decisions in reducing burdens on the faltering industrial clients.
This came in a report published by the Ministry of Planning to give analysis on the development of some indices related to the economic and social performance during the third quarter of the current fiscal year 2019/2020.
LE100 million are dedicated to archiving documents within the measures taken to achieve the relocation of the government and the parliament in 2021.
A quick fix for financing shortage
The cabinet denied reports circulated on social media claiming that the government is planning to finally cancel bread subsidy as of July this year.
Libyan Speaker Aguila Saleh and accompanying delegation hold a visit to Cairo.
The Turkish parliament will vote on the degree in an extraordinary session.
Also, the president expressed a number of recommendations.
Madbouly highlighted that Egypt is on the right track.
Egypt launched 32 projects in Africa and organized more than 1,500 training activities for African youth and professionals in one year.
Sudan’s transitional government delegation and the Populist Movement (North - El Helw Division) signed the “Political Declaration” in Juba on Monday.
The protests took place especially in Nasr City neighborhood.
A number of public employees will fully relocate next June.
Compensation worth LE 100,000 will be given to the family of each victim, and each injured suffering a total disability.
The estimated value of government debts that should be settled with exporters is LE 2 billion.
The ministry has applied a three-pillar plan to increase its financial resources and the state revenues, mainly joining the unofficial businesses into the state’s sector, increasing the number of tax payers, and fighting the tax-evaders.
The government is expected to submit to the House of Representatives a draft law that regulates e-commerce in Egypt.