The State Council ruled Wednesday in favour of calling on the prime minister and the minister of planning to set a minimum wage for journalists in Egypt. The case was filed three years ago by Mostafa Abido, a journalist at the state-run newspaper Al-Gomhoreyya, and would oblige the government to take administrative action towards setting …
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President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi appointed Ibrahim Mehleb, former prime minister and current advisor to the president on national and strategic projects, as head of a new North Sinai developmental committee on Tuesday. According to the presidential decree, the committee will be responsible for a number of infrastructure projects that aim to improve the living conditions …
Arab leaders have vowed to work together on security concerns since 2014, but the threat of extremism and sectarian strife rages on
With ongoing conflicts in Libya, Yemen, Palestine, Iraq, and Syria, Arab Leaders discuss ways to stabilise the Arab region
An Al-Masry Al-Youm report alleged that the president would have been the target of an assasination attempt if he were to attend the summit in Nouakchott
A number of labour laws and regulations have come under revision as of late
The state of emergency has been extended in order to continue counter-terrorism measures
Despite being a highly progressive step forward for Egyptian media, the law still features conditional arrests and presidential appointments
The club supporters are accused of disorderly conduct, after throwing water bottles at police officers securing the game
Public hospitals will no longer be able to refuse treatment to Hepatitis C patients
Despite a widespread campaign on social media Sunday night hoping Adly would walk free, the court has renewed his detention
Lawyers were gathered at their syndicate for elections on Sunday when the incidents took place
This move comes almost one month after El-Sherbiny announced the decision in June, amidst the thanaweya amma secondary school exam leaks.
Pilots André Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard circled the aircraft over the pyramids before landing at Cairo International Airport
The bill is due back on the floor amid lingering concerns over salaries and layoffs
The victims have been identified as brigadier general Ahmed Kamal Mahmous, 49, and conscript Kirollos Wahib Fahmy, 21.
This is the 13th postponement of this case’s verdict and, by October, the accused will have spent over three years in custody
Reports of the religious studies exam leak surfaced Wednesday morning, while the Ministry of Education continued to deny the authenticity of the leaked exams
On Monday, hundreds of students gathered outside the ministry’s headquarters to call for Minister El-Helaly El-Sherbiny’s immediate dismissal
According to Elelaimy, Daoud is the legal guardian of her Egyptian 10-year-old daughter and the primary parent responsible for the child’s education, and will thus be seeking to return to the country as soon as possible.
The projected state budget deficit for the fiscal year (FY) 2015-2016 is 11.5%, and it is expected to be reduced to 9.8% the following year.
SPC asked Al-Sisi to urge the government to expedite the vote on the Unified Media Law
Member of NCHR hails verdict as “historical”
The State Council Administrative Court ruled on Tuesday to cancel the maritime demarcation agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia
The maritime demarcation deal has been the source of controversy since its announcement in April
Rights defender Khaled Ali, who is at the helm of the plaintiff alongside Ali Ayoub and Ismail Osman, brought forth an emphatic plea against the state’s decision to cede the islands earlier this month
The factory, which has been inactive since the lands were bought by former Mubarak-era MP Hani Sorour, rests on 43,000 sqm and overlooks El-Temsah Lake and the Suez Canal.
The demolition was reportedly ordered to make way for a new luxury hotel
In the latest session in the trial, the plaintiffs restated the evidence they brought forward to the court and submitted a memorandum for the court’s review
Pressure mounts on the government to take action to prevent further leaks of thanaweya amma exams while cabinet moves to restructure the circulation of exams