Egypt’s government has allocated LE 150 billion to complete the implementation of the targeted projects in the first phase of the Decent Life [Haya Karima] presidential Initiative.
The law was passed after a young bank manager, who is a husband of a broadcaster, died after his neighbor’s dangerous dog, Pit Bull, attacked him.
Member of parliament for the Coordination Committee of Party's Youth Leaders and Politicians (CPYP), Mohamed Ismael, has submitted a request to the House Speaker, Hanafi Jabali, to form a committee to measure the legislative impact of the ‘money guardianship law’.
The philosophy of the law is based on three paths different in terms.
The Medium, Small, and Micro Enterprises Committee in the Egyptian House of Representatives recommended preparing a proposal to amend the Small Projects Law to ensure incentives for women.
Egyptian women obtained a quota of 25% of Parliament in the recent constitutional amendments in 2019.
This is in light of the joint development cooperation relations between the two countries, and with this, the total grants directed to the comprehensive economic governance program become about $77.5 million.
According to the draft law, permits will be granted for temporary operating for a period of one year to unlicensed industrial facilities.
The new allocation will be divided as follows: LE 10 billion for wages and compensations, LE 85 billion for interests, LE 70 billion for subsidies.
President Sisi instructed raising the salaries of public employees with the monthly minimum of the raise being LE1,000. Further, the minimum wage for public employees will be LE3,500, while that of master’s and PhD holders at public institutions will be LE6,000 and LE7,000, respectively.
This law proposal comes following a brutal attack by a Pitbull dog on a neighboring resident.
The only fees expats are required to pay now are: 30 percent of customs fees, total development fee and total value added tax (VAT), paid in foreign currency, which will be recovered after five years from the date of payments.
The amendment aims to lift the tax of “advancing financial resources” off both the components needed for local mobile phones production and the locally manufactured end product, while maintaining the same tax on imported counterparts used for commercial gains.
Egypt is represented in the meeting by Speaker of the House of Representatives Hanafi Gebali.
The decree, which demands banks to disclose exchange information for nationals of state, was approved during the committee’s meeting on Tuesday, in the presence of government representatives.
Egypt’s House of Representatives special committees will discuss a number of proposals and bills that relate to people’s daily lives and the government’s performance in several sectors on Sunday, according to the parliament agenda.
Egypt’s House of Representatives special committees will discuss a number of proposals and bills that relate to people’s daily lives and the government’s performance in several sectors.
The MoU was signed in Cairo on May 30, 2022, according to which France provides a grant not exceeding €500,000 from the French Development Agency (AFD).
On December 6, the parliament referred the amendments to the budget and planning committee and the office of constitutional affairs and economic affairs committees for review.
A number of 49 African heads of state were invited to summit, which the parliamentarians saw as a step towards building more partnerships, and supporting the development paths in the African continent.