The Evolution of the Parliamentary Life in Egypt in 150 Years
After the dissolution of the High Council in 1837, Egypt remained until 1866 without a real Parliament. The Privy Council created in 1847, enacted laws and regulations. On October 22, 1866, it issued the Articles of Association and the Statute of the Advisory Council of Representatives.
The 1st Anniversary of the New Suez Canal Inauguration
Throughout Egypt’s contemporary and modern history, the “Suez Canal” has been a theatre of the national liberation battles and for the defence of the Egyptian national security. From its banks, Egypt passed with all its national forces the most marvelous and noblest battles of reconstruction that pr