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Columnist Ayman al-Mahdi wrote  an article published by Misr al-Arabiyya on the demonstrations called for by several opposition and political movements in protest of the maritime demarcation agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia. This demarcation agreement would cede the Islands of Tīran and...
MP Muḥammad Anwar as-Sādāt, head of the Human Rights Committee in the House of Representatives, said that Egypt is living on foreign funding, aid, loans and foreign financing.
Diyā’ Rashwān, Secretary General of the National Committee for Press and Information Legislation, announced that the unified law of press and information and the law of canceling the imprisonment in publishing cases will be handed over on Monday morning to Prime Minister Sharīf ʾIsmāʿīl after the...
Dr. ʿAlī ‘Abd al- ‘Aal, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, expressed his great appreciation for the work of the parliamentary editors in conveying the activities of the Parliament to the public with all impartiality and sincerity.
Al-Ahram organized a seminar on the sidelines of the discussion sparked by the draft bill on the unified law for the regulation of press and media. The seminar featured prominent Egyptian journalist, media figures and political analysts who also contributed to the formula of the draft bill. 
MP Aḥmad Badawī, Undersecretary of the Communications and Information Technology Committee of the House of Representatives, said on April 24, 2016 that the committee supports the freedom of opinion and expression and the dissemination of information.
Member of the Parliament, Muḥammad ʿEsmat Al-Sādāt, who was recently elected as the head of the Parliamentary Committee for human rights, in an interview with Misr al-‘Arabiyya -when asked about the recent demonstrations that broke out in protest of the Egyptian government decision to concede two...
Member of the Parliament, Muḥammad ʿEsmat  al-Sādāt  was recently elected as the head of the Parliamentary Committee for human rights after winning 27 votes against Ayman Abū al-Ela, the member of the Free Egyptians party,  who only received 9 votes. 
In an unprecedented event, the first of its kind in the history of the Egyptian parliament, on Saturday, a Coptic MP, was elected for the post of undersecretary of the Religious Affairs and Endowments Committee of the parliament.
The Egyptian Parliament has recently come under fire as the members of the House of Representatives clearly demonstrated that they do not accept criticism in all its forms, and clash with the detractors.  


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