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MPs said the agreement should be canceled to protect the local market from harmful Turkish dumping practices

MPs say the situation in Libya continues to threaten national security after the Berlin summit led to a temporary cessation of military operations

Eliminating food subsidies could lead to social unrest, warn political parties

The government’s intention to switch from food subsidies to cash payments received angry responses in parliament, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

The Libyan parliament may ask Egypt to intervene to help stand up to Turkish aggression, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

More than two thirds of MPs voted in favour of renewing the state of emergency, in place since 2017

The new extension will be for a further three months

The decision targets saving Egypt’s paper industry from declining

The law aims to streamline the performance of the stock market and create a more friendly investment climate

Saleh described Turkey’s President Recep Tayyib Erdogan as a fascist dictator who has committed many crimes against the Arabs in Syria and Libya

Ali Abdel-Aal criticised the supply minister’s ‘provocative’ statement last week that the government is considering eliminating in-kind subsidies in favour of cash payments

The law opens the door for private companies to join the business of central depository and registration works

Discussion of the newly-drafted local administration law has reached a deadlock raising speculation that elections will be postponed to 2021

A cabinet decree will outline the roles, responsibilities and policies of the information minister

President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi met with the new minister of information, Osama Heikal, on Sunday to forge a new media policy, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

The committee said it will contact the NATO and Mediterranean parliaments to gather as much world support in condemning Turkey's military deployment in Libya

MPs urged Arab countries to sever economic ties with Turkey in response to its decision to send military troops to Libya

The four parliaments said Turkish military intervention in Libya represents a flagrant violation of international law and an aggression on the independence of Libya

The last year saw parliament embroiled in controversy, a pattern likely to continue into the new year

Luxor MP Ahmed Idris has said the move violates international and domestic regulations on preserving historical antiquities

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