As Egypt`s supreme executive body, the Cabinet consists of the Prime Minister and Ministers. In addition to managing day-to-day business and formulating development and reform strategies in all areas, it plays a role in shaping the agenda of parliamentary chambers by proposing laws to parliament as well as amendments during parliamentary sessions. It may also use procedures to expedite parliamentary proceedings. Declaration 2 establishes the legal capacity of the cabinet as follows: Articles 135 and 156 of the old constitution define the legal capacity of the cabinet as follows: Parliament Speaker Ali Abdelaal and other MPs were angry on Monday over repeated attacks by journalist and TV presenter Ibrahim Eissa on parliament and called for legal proceedings against him. The MOU aims to achieve cooperation between MCIT and the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs to create a digital environment equipped in accordance with international standards to effectively achieve digital transformation within the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs. This will be achieved through the development of systems and applications that contribute to improving the working environment and the quality of services provided by the ministry to the chambers of the House of Representatives and the Senate, the ICT minister said. Fouad added that signing the protocol with MCIT is important to keep pace with technological developments and provide digital services to improve the quality of government services and make a successful move to the new administrative capital. A group of residents of Koum al-Loufy, Minya, threw stones at Coptic Christians after Holy Thursday prayers, eyewitness Mada Masr said Friday. The Egyptian government has set itself the goal of finding new legislation that would speed up trials of terrorist crimes within a very tight timeframe, with a maximum of 30 days being the government`s crucial step in fighting terrorism. However, it opens the door to exceptional procedures and widens the circle of . The Protocol provides for the development of a digital business model through which ICTs can be used to manage the services and functions of the Department of Parliamentary Affairs and members of the House and Senate.

Article 75 of the old Egyptian constitution clearly states that an Egyptian president must meet certain conditions. First, he must be an Egyptian citizen, born to Egyptian parents and enjoy both political and civil rights. In addition, its age should not be less than 40 calendar years. Declaration 2 sets out the same conditions, adding that neither he nor his parents must have acquired a nationality other than Egyptian nationality and that he must not have a foreign spouse. According to Declaration 2, the President appoints the Prime Minister, ministers and their delegates, appoints appointed members of the People`s Assembly, convenes the People`s Assembly and Shura Councils to enter normal session, and promulgates or opposes them. The President also enjoys the right to represent the State at home and abroad, to pardon convicted persons and mitigate their sentences, and to sign international treaties and agreements. -Contribution to the preparation of draft laws and resolutions For his part, Mr. Fouad said the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs needs to improve its working environment and tasks in order to keep up with the technological development the state is moving towards to build digital Egypt.

This is in line with Egypt`s national digital transformation system and Vision 2030, as well as the strategy to build a digital society and create a modern digital ecosystem in Egypt. Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talat and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Alaa El-Din Fouad attended the signing of a memorandum of cooperation between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) and the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs at the premises of the House of Representatives. The MOU aims to develop the skills of the ministry`s workforce and qualify its staff to keep pace with rapid technological development and automation of government services. This is in addition to allowing staff to use the latest communications to help Members of Parliament and Senators easily submit and track petitions from their constituencies. Talat stressed that the protocol is part of the “Digital Egypt” strategy, which is being implemented in cooperation between MCIT and state institutions to create a comprehensive digital society. This is in addition to revolutionizing the delivery of government services by making them available digitally, in a way that saves time and effort and helps increase work efficiency. This will be achieved by developing ICT infrastructure, digitizing government services, strengthening the digital capabilities of the workforce and promoting digital literacy in different government sectors. Under the old Constitution, the President, after being elected by a qualified special majority of Parliament, shall hold office for six consecutive calendar years from the date of the announcement of the results of the referendum. At the end of his term, he can be re-elected for other consecutive terms, as the previous constitution does not provide a limit on the number of terms a president can serve. Declaration 2, on the other hand, provides for a period of four calendar years, renewable only once for a consecutive period. The MOU includes the implementation of a number of projects in line with international experience and the overall methodology of institutional IT governance and management, based on three pillars: infrastructure, institutional development for digital transformation and IT systems.

There is an expression that appeared in the time of President Gamal Abdel Nasser that every Egyptian knows: “behind the sun”. It was used to describe the unofficial prisons used by the Nasser regime to imprison political dissidents. The prisoners would disappear for years, their families and their lawyers. -Monitoring of the oversight authority of the House of Representatives The model will also facilitate the exchange of data and information between representatives and the Ministry. conduct day-to-day operations electronically; introduction of the latest IT resources and data and information exchange systems; and electronic follow-up requests. This is in addition to publishing legislation and regulations on the ministry`s website and building the digital capacity of its employees. Parliament continues its deliberations on the fate of the Egyptian-Saudi maritime border on the second day to hear additional comments and views from experts. The protocol was signed by Ghada Labib, Deputy Minister of ICT in charge of institutional development, and Mahmoud Youssef, advisor to the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs on legal affairs. Italian authorities have released Egyptian opposition leader Mohamed Mahsoub after 19 hours in detention, his friends confirmed to Middle East Eye. The two-year protocol aims to introduce digital transformation in the Department of Parliamentary Affairs and train staff responsible for delivering the Department`s services to members of the House of Representatives and Senate.

This is in addition to improving the quality of service and saves representatives time and effort when receiving inquiries from citizens and ministry employees. The MOU addresses the use of state-of-the-art ICT tools to achieve institutional development and digital transformation within the Department of Parliamentary Affairs. After a 33-year hiatus, the activities of the Egyptian-Sudanese parliament in Wadi El-Nile are resuming their activities. Egyptian Parliamentary Affairs Minister Omar Marwan and Sudanese National Assembly Speaker Ibrahim Ahmed Omar on Monday discussed ways to revive the Egyptian-Sudanese parliament in Khartoum, Egypt`s official MENA news agency reported. The President of Egypt is the head of state, and he was also commander-in-chief of the armed forces and head of the executive authority (the Egyptian cabinet) under the previous Egyptian Constitution. So far, Declaration 2 does not give the president the same far-reaching excessive powers, where he is appointed only as head of state and head of the National Defense Council.