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MPs also said that Arab parliaments should hold emergency meetings to discuss Trump's policies in the Middle East

Parliament also approved a ban on drones as well as a law regulating trade unions


The new legislation come as Egypt plans to build the country's first nuclear power plant to generate electricity

MPs said the government should move quickly to financially compensate the families of the victims of the terrorist attack which killed 305 worshippers in Al-Rawda mosque in North Sinai on Friday

The amendments are necessary before Egypt and Russia lay the foundation of the first nuclear power station at El-Dabaa


Finance minister Amr El-Garhy said the increase aims to reduce the budget deficit and generate revenues necessary for social protection programmes

Lawmakers express concern over maintaining the neutrality of judges

Minister Khaled El-Enany said the UNESCO agreement which Egypt signed in 1970 does not help in recovering the Rosetta Stone

El-Namnam said the Ministry of Culture’s strategy is currently focused on fighting religious extremism in rural areas and containing radicalism among university students

Controversy was sparked Friday when commentator Farida El-Shobashi was critical, in a television interview, of the late religious cleric Mohamed Metwalli El-Sharawi

The first law aims to bar public youth clubs and centres from exercising political or partisan activities, the second bans the use of drones, and the third aims at regulating the formation of trade unions


The law will be discussed within one month, amending the previous elections law to accord with the 2014 Constitution

A draft law, which has been provisionally approved, bans the use of remotely operated aircraft that might be used in terrorist attacks, stipulating fines and prison terms for any violations


The visit of the parliamentary delegation started Friday and has included meetings with Egyptian expatriates in the United States as well as members of the US-Egyptian Chamber of Commerce

The committee will begin closed-door meetings to discuss the long-awaited law on regulating press and media freedoms


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