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The Egyptian parliament's constitutional and legislative affairs committee began on Tuesday deliberating on proposed amendments to the country's 2014 constitution.
The mid-term elections for Egypt’s Journalists Syndicate on 15 March saw Diaa Rashwan become its head and several new figures join its council.
The article explores the evolution of political parties in Egypt since the 2011 revolution and discusses the potential implications of Egypt’s proposed constitutional amendments on political pluralism.
A criminal court in Egypt's Port Said sentenced on Thursday the former head of the country's Customs Authority to ten years in prison on charges of corruption and bribery.
Parliament is expected to decide on changes to the constitution next week. Ahead of the final vote leftist and liberal political parties have hardened their opposition to the proposed amendments.
A final parliamentary vote on changing the 2014 constitution is expected on 14 April.
Egypt has expressed deep concern over the clashes which broke out on Thursday morning in a number of Libyan regions, and is calling on all sides to maintain self-restraint and avoid escalation, a foreign ministry statement said on Thursday.
Egypt's aviation ministry has refused to comment on a French report claiming that the 2016 crash of an EgyptAir Paris-Cairo flight that killed sixty-six people on board was a result of a lack of maintenance.
Egyptian-US military relations have grown steadily closer over the last four decades and Cairo is keen to further strengthen ties, especially in the area of joint defense.
Egypt's parliament speaker Ali Abdel-Aal discussed internal developments in Libya in a meeting with speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives Aqila Saleh on Tuesday.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi praised on Tuesday US President Donald Trump's support of Egypt over the past few years, which has resulted in a quantum leap in Egyptian-US relations.
Banque Misr achieved net profits worth 10.4 billion Egyptian pounds before tax deductions during fiscal year 2017/18 and 6.3 billion Egyptian pounds after taxes.
Egyptian security and naval forces have seized a large shipment of drugs worth more than two billion Egyptian pounds (approximately 115 million dollars) aboard a ship off the Red Sea coast, the interior ministry said in a statement Thursday.
Four police personnel and three civilians including a six-year-old boy were killed and at least twenty-six others were injured in a suicide bombing on Tuesday afternoon in a Sheikh Zuweid market in North Sinai governorate, Egypt's interior ministry said.
The article looks into Hisham Jaafar’s case who was imprisoned for three years over belonging to the banned Muslim Brotherhood group and receiving bribes from foreign sources charges.
Mada Masr examines Egypt’s new public budget which will be implemented next July.
Imprisoned Muslim Brotherhood youth launched an initiative to review their political engagement on condition that they are granted release.
The article analyzes the state’s campaign to urge Egyptians to vote for the constitutional amendments.
Analysts discuss Egypt-US relations following Sisi’s meeting with Trump.
Twenty-three Nubian activists were fined fifty thousand Egyptian pounds, according to Aswan’s Misdemeanor Court.