Egyptian House of Representatives
Libyan leaders held talks in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, on Wednesday, during which they agreed on drawing a “clear and specified” roadmap later in order to hold the long-awaited elections.
The Egyptian House of Representatives will discuss on Sunday a report on a draft law submitted by the government to amend some provisions of the Law on Protection of Competition and Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices no. 3 of 2005.
Editor-in-Chief of Al-Ahram Weekly, Ezzat Youssef Ibrahim was selected, Monday as a member of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), among other several prominent figures.
The Egyptian House of Representatives announced on Monday selecting Ambassador Moushira Khattab as the new president of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR).
Radwan said such attempts require holding those behind them accountable
Qabbaj said the state managed through three years of hard work to turn from traditional social care policies which have failed to meet the citizens’ basic needs toward comprehensive policies of social protection.
Egypt worked side by side with the Parliament to spare Egypt from the negative implication of coronavirus
The House will convene for its first legislative session as per directives by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi last week.
Polling stations closed 9 PM local time, marking the end of the first day of the Egyptian House of Representatives elections' run-off conducted at home in 13 out of 27 governorates.
The secondary polling stations started the sorting process, after voting took place inside the country on Saturday and Sunday.
“Elections constitute the main pillar in consolidating democracy, and your turnout at the ballot boxes is the most telling evidence that you love your country,” Ebrahim stated.
The House approved the decision at a general session on Sunday.
Minister of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs Nabila Makram said on Friday that Egyptian expatriates will vote in the second stage of the first round of the parliament's election on November 2-3.
The National Election Authority announced starting sorting ballot boxes as polling stations closed after the end of the second day of the House of Representatives elections' first stage, which was held in 14 Egyptian governorates.
Policemen helped older people and people with disabilities to reach their polling stations.
According to the House law and amendments, each candidate has the right to withdraw his candidacy by the war determined by the NEA, through 48 hours after the final list of candidates is announced.
The Egyptian House of Representatives is holding at the moment a secret session with Parliament members and the general secretariat of the House to discuss a sensitive topic that has not yet been announced.
The Egyptian Parliament on Wednesday approved an amendment to Law no. 198 of 2017 on the National Election Authority (NEA), which is in charge of supervising elections and referendums in the northeastern African country.
Before this amendment, this appropriate representation was only granted in the first Parliament formation after the 2014 Constitution came into effect.
The Egyptian Parliament has approved an amendment to an article in the constitution setting the number of MPs at 568 and giving women a quota of 25 percent of seats.