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Parliament also approved amending the notarisation fee law to raise the competitive edge of Egyptian companies operating in foreign markets

MPs said the law should be part of a war against drug addiction in Egyptian society

The House will debate another law that imposes penalties on individuals who make public court hearings without prior permission

Al-Ahram Weekly examines Egypt’s strengthening ties with Russia

The government is launching a new system for issuing construction licences in 27 cities for a trial two-month period

The amended law seeks to help the syndicate of engineers keep pace with technological progress in engineering sciences

Information Minister Osama Heikal’s decision to resign had been expected for months, writes Gamal Essam El-Din

Education Minister Tarek Shawki is trying to deal with the perennial problem of how best to assess final year school students, reports Gamal Essam El-Din  

Article 8 of the fund's law will be amended to exempt the fund's revenues, credit facilities, grants, and donations from all taxes and fees

MPs accused health ministry officials of misleading the public on the deteriorating situation in Sohag

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly vowed that the extension is necessary to fight terrorism, contain the coronavirus pandemic, and implement development plans in a stable environment

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly's statement on extending the state of emergency for an additional three months is expected to be approved by parliament on Tuesday

Egypt's ministers of finance and planning also indicated that Egypt's economic reform programme helped the country face the COVID-19 pandemic

Minister of Transportation Kamel El-Wazir will also come to Parliament on Tuesday to address MPs on reform of the country's railway system

The amendments, which were rejected by the Senate’s Education Committee, aim to change the thanawya amma stage to be three years instead of one

Egypt began adopting a new strategy five years ago based on recycling water, lining water canals, setting up water desalination stations, and reducing the areas of high-water consuming crops like rice and bananas

The amendments introduce a three-year Thanawaya Amma (high school) system and open the door for students to pass online exams

Shoukry said a high Nile flood scenario this summer will help contain the damage caused by the GERD

Shoukry earlier said Egypt wants to boost its relations with African states, particularly Nile Basin countries

Political parties express support for President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi over GERD talks

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