Laws regulating the performance of the press media organisations stipulate that new heads will be sworn in before parliament before they can exercise their duties.
The regulations set by the council determined a 6-month timeframe for media institutions to legalize their conditions, so that the deadline would be in August.
This came during his meeting with Minister of State for Information Osama Heikal to review the Egyptian media outlets' addressing of the coronavirus crisis.
A state of emergency prevailed at Maspero building, the headquarters of the state-run Egyptian Radio and Television Union, after an employee died of the coronavirus.
President Sisi stated that the media plays a great role in raising public awareness of the latest national and international developments and social morals.
Heikal was the head of the Parliament's culture, media and antiquities committee before he assumed his new post.
Heikal said on Monday that the media authorities shall send, according to the regulations, reports to the parliament about their performance at the end of each year, adding that such procedure did not take place.
Egypt’s State Information Service (SIS (released a statement, Thrusday, addressing the upcoming coverage of international media representatives, and specifically accredited correspondents of Friday the 27th of September.
The course is organized by the Egyptian Supreme Regulatory Media Council in bid to communicate with and open up to the media in the friendly African nations.
The SIS said it was following up the international media on Egypt over the past 24 hours and it reminds the foreign reporters to abide by professionalism standards.
Floods in northeastern Thailand have submerged homes, roads and bridges, leaving more than 23,000 people in evacuation shelters as anger grows over the government's "slow" emergency response.
As per the newly-made regulations, a talk show or T.V. program should not run for more than two hours, including the time fixed for the commercial ads.
According to the Ministry’s report, a total of 695,727 violations of encroachment on the arable lands have been removed on 33,421 feddans since 2011 and more than 1.3million cases have not removed yet.
“Obese people are dead. They are burdens to their families, burdens to the state. Fat people causes eyesore,” Saeed said in her talk show.
Selim's detention came based on ACA's investigations.
The Egyptian Media Production City (EMPC) inaugurated on Sunday a new media services center for Arab and international TV channels in Cairo’s downtown.
The Egyptian Agency for Partnership for Development (DFID) will organize a special program for prominent African media personalities from July 13 to 27.
News agencies, such as Bloomberg, Reuters, and Financial Times, have been pointing to tangible growth following economic reforms adopted by Cairo.
The Sudanese security forces informed the director of al Jazeera bureau in Khartoum that the transitional ruling military council decided to shut down the office and confiscate all its equipment.
The Supreme Council for Media Regulation announced Sunday the launch of a new website on the African media community soon.