The second day of Senate Elections kicked off at home on Wednesday.
The Tunisian Parliament concluded a voting session on Thursday to withdraw confidence from Tunisian Parliament Speaker Rachid Ghannouchi.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on Egyptians abroad to register their data via the official website of the National Elections Authority as of Saturday, July 25 and until Friday, July 31.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry has also asserted that the Egyptian side is working on reaching a ceasefire in Libya.
Gatherings, meetings and electoral conferences are banned due to COVID-19.
The Egyptian Parliament unanimously approved the decision to send elements of the Egyptian armed forces on combat missions outside the borders.
Ajman expressed appreciation for the role that Egypt plays in the Arab world, based on the joint Arab defense agreement of the Arab League.
The Libyan House of Representatives hailed the decision made Monday by the Egyptian Parliament to approve sending troops to Libya, describing it as a “courageous stance.”
In a statement on Monday, Azhar underlined the importance of being aware of the dangers and challenges besetting Egypt in the current stage.
They called for adopting an expanded strategy, where efforts of the various ministries and civil society organizations are concerted to raise awareness of the culture of respecting others.
Also, the parliament endorsed a bill amending some provisions of income tax law no. 91/2005.
Ibrahim said 912 candidates have submitted their papers for the coming elections.
As the country prepares for holding its senate elections in less than a month, a national alliance including 11 parties was formed to run in the race.
Twenty-seven primary courts across Egypt started receiving Saturday the applications of potential candidates running for Senate.
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.
A Senate candidate, according to the bill, should be of Egyptian nationality and should have performed the military service and enjoy full political and civil rights and have a university degree.
The Libyan Speaker, Aguila Saleh, said in a statement that he on behalf of the Libyan people appreciates the speech given by the President Abdel Fatah al Sisi.
The TFSCB will support efforts by Egypt’s Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) to outline a national strategy to achieve that.
About two-thirds of the members of Parliament approved the amendment, in exchange for the rejection of six members.
Egypt’s parliament speaker Ali Abdel Aal described Egypt’s government as a “war government”