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MPs said UNSECO should be dedicated to promoting education and culture, rather than taking part in political activities

A surprise meeting was held Sunday to debate the legislative amendments necessary to turn the 'Support Egypt' coalition into a political party

The approval came after the title of the law was amended to cover all terrorist organisations instead of just the Muslim Brotherhood

The council will be responsible for ensuring that Egyptian women are treated on equal footing with men in terms of political, economic, social and cultural rights

The government-drafted law also covers all Islamist movements that are affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood and designated as 'terrorist entities'

MPs said the American-led attack against Syria reminds of the British-led tripartite aggression against Egypt in 1956

The new budget aims to achieve a GDP growth of 5.8 per cent, lower the budget deficit to 8.4 per cent of GDP, and cut public debt to 91 per cent

President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa of Portugal will hold a meeting with parliament speaker Ali Abdel-Aal as part of his three-day visit to Egypt, Gamal Essam El-Din reports

What happens now Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi has been elected for a second term? Gamal Essam El-Din looks at the procedures that accompany a new presidential term

The law seeks to forge a five-year national ‎strategy aimed at combating terrorism and ‎extremism

Egypt's incumbent President Sisi, the likely winner of the 2018 presidential elections, will be sworn in early June in line with the constitution

With President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi expected to win the vote by a landslide analysts are focused on the policies he will adopt in his second four-year term

The Arab affairs committee also deplored that both Russia and the USA are turning a blind eye to Erdogan's 'war crimes'

Mass participation in the presidential elections sends the message that Egyptians reject extremism, observers tell Gamal Essam El-Din

New legislation targets cyber and information technology abuse

The results of the presidential election will shock no one. But that’s hardly the point

Parliament’s Media Committee completes a first reading of legislation regulating the media and press

MPs attributed the death of Mariam Abdel-Salam, who was assaulted outside a mall, on racial discrimination and medical negligence, and said there had been a pattern of similar deaths of Egyptian nationals in the UK

The bill seeks to fight online activity that promotes extremist and terrorist ideas

The law imposes penalties on unlicensed online activities and content violations such as fake news, statements and information

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