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What Brazil can tell us about Egypt’s civil-military relations

As Brazil’s politicians seem ever more corrupt and incapable of governing, the military is again encroaching on the political system which it totally dominated from 1964 to 1985.

Shoukry, Lavrov discuss bilateral relations, regional crises during Moscow ‘2+2’ meeting

The Russian capital Moscow will host on Monday the fourth round of the “two-plus-two” strategic consultations agreement between Egypt and Russia. The consultations will be between the ministers of foreign affairs and defence of both countries.

Sisi approves law to establish anti-terror supreme council

Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al Sisi signed off on Tuesday a legislation to establish the Supreme Council to Combat Terrorism and Extremism to act as an independent body with all technical, financial and administrative powers, state news agency MENA reported.

Egypt’s parliament moves forward on anti-cybercrime law

Nidal al-Said, chairman of parliament’s Communications and Information Technology Committee, announced on April 16 that the committee approved a 45-article draft law submitted by the government to combat cybercrime. He told the press that the committee is now working on preparing a report on the bill to submit to parliamentary speaker Ali Abdel Aal for …