Leaders of opposition parties spoke to Extra News Sunday on their reasons for putting forward candidates on the National List for Egypt.
A total of 4,006 individual candidates and eight parties’ lists were accepted to run in the parliamentary elections, which is set to kick off on October 21.
The Egyptian National Election Authority (NEA) has determined 29 courts tasked to receive the candidates’ applications on individual seats and electoral lists.
Egypt’s Al Wafd Party announced Wednesday that it is going to join the Parliamentary election scheduled to be held on October 24, 25, and the run-off on November 7,8.
The agreements are meant to finance social housing projects and a sewage grid in Bahr el Baqar area.
He who releases dangerous materials or waste the territorial water or in Egypt’s exclusive economic zone shall be punished with life imprisonment and a fine of not less than LE 5 million and not more than LE25 million.
Sheikh Ahmed Al-Tayeb stated that he would express his vision regarding the new bill, which is seen unconstitutional by Al-Azhar.
Two agreements come within the framework of the “Global Partnerships for Effective Development Cooperation” multi-stakeholder platform launched in April 2020.
The House of Representatives endorsed on Tuesday a government bill amending certain provisions of the Intellectual Property Law No. 82/2002.
On August 6, 2020, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and his Greek counterpart, Nikos Dendias, on Thursday signed the agreement.
The amendments promulgated in June to the House of Representatives Elections Bill introduced the list system.
This figure could increase to 20,000 pounds based on a decision by the attorney general and only once every three months.
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.”