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The speaker said a committee should be formed to look at ways the phenomenon can be eliminated


MPs said the law needs careful study, fearing that its current form could harm the securities market and investment climate

A delegation of Libyan MPs met in Egypt's parliament Saturday to discuss their country's problems and anti-terrorism efforts

The committee is expected to give President El-Sisi a "mandate" to take the measures necessary to tackle the negative impact of the GERD on Egypt

Parliament’s Local Administration Committee says a long-awaited law regulating the performance and election of local councils is ready to be discussed, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

MPs continue their criticism of Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouli’s government, accusing the cabinet of turning its back on the poor, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouli defended the performance of his government in the face of attacks by MPs, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

The law brings all custom systems under one legislation, regulates the settlement of commercial disputes, and toughens penalties on smuggling. Gamal Essam El-Din reports

The committee will review the measures necessary to protect Egypt’s rights in Nile water

The FM said that Ethiopia’s new hardline positions on its Grand Renaissance Dam will have destabilising effects on the region

Madbouly accused Ethiopia of adopting radical positions in the latest round of negotiations on the Renaissance Dam, indicating that Egypt is moving to seek arbitration to reach agreement

MPs continue their criticism of the government and demand major policy changes

The prime minister, foreign minister and irrigation minister will address parliament on Wednesday on recent negotiations on the mega-dam

PM Madbouly told MPs that Egypt has been facing a severe hostile media campaign, but state authorities will not allow the country to suffer a scenario of chaos again

MPs said the new labour law will complement other laws that were passed to regulate investments, trade unions and the civil service

A parliamentary committee voted in favour of a legislative amendment that would save prosecution authorities from the exorbitant cost of publishing such lists

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly is also expected to address parliament when it reconvenes Monday

The prime minister's statement next week will explain how the government moved to stand up to a hostile media campaign led by Qatar and Turkey

MPs accuse the government of Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouli of not doing enough to improve the lot of ordinary citizens, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

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