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Laws and Processes
The “Law on the Exercise of Political Rights” regulates the manner in which citizens can vote and run for office.
The “People’s Assembly Law” and the “Shura Council Law” regulate the selection and performance of the two houses of parliament.
The “People’s Assembly Law” and the “Shura Council Law” regulate the selection and performance of the two houses of parliament, one of three laws governing the parliamentary elections.
101 on the seat breakdown, when and where to vote and basic campaign regulations for the lower and upper houses of Egyptian Parliament (People's Assembly and Shura Council)
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