Bullying a person with a disability shall be punishable by imprisonment for of no less than two years and a fine of no less than LE 50,000 and not more than LE 100,000.
Six members of the CPYP won positions as secretaries of special committees while four others elected as special committee deputies.
The inaugural session is due to convene at 11:00 am on Tuesday, October 5, 2021.
The one-week visit will include discussions topics related to media and tourism between both countries, besides other topics in several fields of mutual concern.
It is expected that Halbousi will sign an agreement with the Egyptian side to exchange experiences and hold training courses, the newspaper added.
Egypt’s participation in the two events is considered a good chance to exchange views regarding regional and international challenges.
Member of Parliament Tayseer Matar called for a harsher penalty for child kidnapping, describing the crime as hostile to humanity.
Saied banned the movement of people or vehicles on the streets from 7 p.m.-6 a.m. until Aug. 27, while also prohibiting gatherings of more than three people in public roads or squares.
The Coordination Committee of Party’s Youth Leaders and Politicians (CPYP) has drafted a law on the ownership and exchange of land between ministries to be used by youth centers and facilities.
The second article of the draft law specifies aspects of using sovereign sukuk to finance investment, economic and development projects included in the economic and social development plan of the state’s general budget.
The House of Representatives approved in principle Monday draft amendments to the non-disciplinary termination of public employees law no. 10/1973.
The parliamentary health committee recommended supporting the Ambulance Authority with an additional L.E.220 million in the 2021/2022 budget in a Wednesday meeting.
Egypt’s Supreme Standing Committee for Human Rights (SSCHR) and the Parliamentarian human rights committee on Sunday held a meeting to review the first draft of the national strategy for human rights.
The parliamentary Human Rights Committee will hold a meeting on Sunday with the Technical Secretariat of the Permanent Supreme Committee for Human Rights to discuss the progress of the national strategy on the issue.
This came during the Finance Minister's presentation of the financial statement on the draft state budget for the fiscal year 2021/2022, before the plenary session of the House of Representatives, on Sunday, headed by Counselor Hanafy Gabali.
Member of Parliament for the Coordination of Youth Parties and Politicians Amira al Adly issued a statement, Monday to Speaker Hanfy al Gibaly against Minster of Transportation after Toukh train accident.
The new amendments stipulated that whoever conducts female gentile mutilation by removing part of the female’s genitals or modifying, mutilating, or inflicting injuries to those organs shall be punished with imprisonment for a period of no less than five years.
The Parliament approved Wednesday a loan agreement between the Egyptian government, and the Kuwaiti Monetary Fund, for the desalination of sea water project that will took place in the cities of Rafah and Bir al-Abd, in North Sinai.
A delegation of young learners abroad visited the Egyptian parliament’s museum and library, as part of the government’s plan to raise awareness about the Egyptian parliamentary life in the modern era.
Libyan Prime Minister Abdulhamid al-Dabaiba and the ministers at his government took oath of office Monday.