Egyptian National Dialogue
According to a statement issued on Saturday, the board will hold the political sessions Sunday to discuss the number of members of the House of Representatives and the Senate as per the agenda of the Committee for the Exercise of Political Rights and Parliamentary Representation.
Other sessions will be held in tandem to tackle the topic of the Freedom of Information Act, which is on the Committee on Human Rights and Freedom's agenda.
The economic sessions of the Public Investment Priorities and State Ownership Policy Committee will kick off on Tuesday to discuss public investment priorities, ownership and management of state assets, and public investment financing
In addition, two sessions will be held on the state’s role in providing agricultural production requirements and on product pricing issues as per the Committee on Agriculture and Food Security's agenda.
The social session will be held on Thursday, with two sessions for the Youth Committee to tackle the issue of supporting and empowering youth in the entrepreneurship file.
Also, two sessions will be held on healthcare to discuss the comprehensive health insurance system and the governmental and private health systems as per the agenda of the Health Committee.
The National Dialogue, which kicked off on 3 May, saw the broad participation of public figures, political forces, civil society groups, professionals, and labour unions, who discussed important political, economic and social issues.