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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.

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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.

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Egyptian, Russian ministers of defence, foreign affairs to meet on 14 May

The coming meeting of the strategic “2+2” consultations between Egypt and Russia, which include their ministers of foreign affairs and defence, will be held in Moscow on 14 May, said Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova.

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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.

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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 …

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