Last week, a criminal court in Egypt ruled a “historic verdict” in an FGM case, which was seen as a victory to all victims of FGM, and a support to all efforts to eliminate this crime.
A security source has denied reports circulated by a news website on taking packages of decisions to enforce penalties stipulated by the new traffic law.
Committing the crime incurs five years of prison, and not less than seven years, if permanent damage occurs.
The cabinet has approved a bill on amending and replacing some provisions of the penal code with respect to civil servants and public funds.
The Egyptian Cabinet has proposed a new article to the Penal Code, defining bullying and toughly punishing bullies by at least six months in prison and not more than LE 30,000 ($1,878) fine or by one of the two penalties.
Firecrackers have been a way for children to express their joy, despite being annoying and noisy to many people.
The Egyptian law criminalizes activities including violation of an individual’s private life without their permission, and sentences the violator to prison.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met Thursday with Major General Sherif Seif El-Din, Chairman of the Administrative Control Authority, to discuss the national anti-corruption strategy in preparation for its launch.
The proposed law stirred debate.
The Egyptian law criminalizes activities including violation of an individual’s private life without his permission, and sentences the violator to prison.
Egyptian Parliament initially approved Monday the draft law amending the Penal Code to criminalize the bribery of foreign public officials.
New amendments to the Penal Code will be discussed in the Egyptian Parliament, starting Monday, to criminalize the bribery of foreign public officials.
Actress Yousra, along with female parliamentarians, participated in a seminar held by the AWO on “Mechanisms to combat violence against women.”
The parliament approved on Monday the comprehensive Administrative Control law to further fight and prevent corruption among public officials.
Member of Egyptian Parliament demanded tightening of penalties for insulting the President and other state officials.