In remarks during his TV program on ETC TV, Rashwan said such rumors are spread by terrorist groups, those who used violence against the state, and those who do not recognize the country’s constitution.
The Egyptian National Dialogue’s Board of Trustees will hold its seventh meeting on Saturday, during which it is scheduled to set duties of rapporteurs of the dialogue’s subcommittees.
In remarks during his TV program “Masr Jadida” on ETC, Rashwan said the prosecution’s decisions encourage further parties of different orientations to conduct the dialogue.
The Dialogue’s board of trustees has completed the formation of the dialogue’s political, economic, and social sub-committees during its fourth meeting on Wednesday.
The board of trustees of the Egyptian National Dialogue agreed on the formation of five subcommittees for the dialogue’s social axis during its third meeting on Saturday.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi pardoned, Friday number of prisoners whom been issued final judicial rulings against them.
The board of trustees of Egypt’s National Dialogue will hold its third meeting on Saturday, Head of the Journalists’ Syndicate and dialogue’s coordinator Diaa Rashwan has said.
Egyptian political science professor and director of the Carnegie Middle East Program Amr Hamzawy said that any party that engaged previously in violence and known not to accept the otherers has no place in the national dialogue.
Also, the code of conduct and ethics for the national dialogue was also issued, Rashwan said after the first meeting of the board of trustees of the dialogue in National Training Academy (NTA) headquarters.
Egyptian space scientist Essam Heggy said that he is not interested to be part of any political dialogue; however, he is willing to participate in any activity or project that serves science and education
Rashwan, head of the Journalists Syndicate, revealed in his program ‘Masr Jadida’ on ETC TV channel some names of those invited by the dialogue’s administration to join the dialogue and those who already accepted invitations.
The national dialogue administration has selected head of Egypt's Journalists Syndicate Diaa Rashwan as General Coordinator of a national political dialogue scheduled to kick off early next month.
Head of Egypt’s Syndicate of Journalists announced, Tuesday allocating a special prize named over Palestinian Journalist Shereen Abu Akleh.
This comes while authorities have over the past months released many journalists pending investigation following a call from head of Journalists Syndicate Diaa Rashwan.
The three reporters face accusations of disseminating false news and aiding a terrorist group to achieve its goals. They were released after more than a year of pretrial detention.
Diaa Rashwan, elected, Friday, head of the Egypt’s Press Syndicate with 1965 votes out of 3343 in the midterm elections that was held amid high precaution measures for Coronaviruses pandemic.
The adjournment comes after authorities refused its request to hold the elections in a large tent outside its headquarters in Abdel Khalek Tharwat street, downtown Cairo.
Four people has submitted their candidacy papers to run for syndicate’s head
It also highlights the legislative aspects of anti-women-abuse policies in the Arab world.
Four members have recovered from the novel virus, including a case that had been quarantined at home, Head of the Syndicate Diaa Rashwan said.