Ragheb showcased that candidates enrolled at the academy's program come from different professional backgrounds.
There is a LE2-billion increase compared to the current fiscal year.
Law no. 12/2003 regulates the work of foreigners in Egypt’s public, private and civil sectors.
The Addiction Treatment and Abuse Fund is intensifying campaigns aimed at extracting blood samples from public employees to determine whether they abuse drugs or not.
The proposed acts will be submitted to the parliament, and are concerned with larceny by public employees, and regular individuals.
Former Egyptian presidential candidate Khaled Ali was given a jail term on charges of violating public morals.
32 Brotherhood members sentenced to 10 years in prison over threatening public security
Companies operations in public sectors volume recorded LE 23.9 billion in fiscal year 2015/16, in an increase rate of 16.3 percent, CAPMAS announced on Monday.
Egypt’s general government debt is projected to surge to 100.4 percent by the end of fiscal year 2016/17.