President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met Monday with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in Beijing to sign “Comprehensive strategic Partnership” accord, along with 25 protocols in many fields.
- Head of the Administrative Prosecution Authority Judge Anani Abdel-Aziz referred the case of Baron Empain Palace to the Prosecution-General for investigation as the palace was 5 million EGP cheaper than its value-based pricing.
- Election Constituency Law challenged before State Council.
Egypt’s Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab met Monday with members of the ministerial committee, tasked with implementation of more than 1,000 public service projects, to review the work progress.
- Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation declared a state of alert in advance of what is predicted to be heavy rains and flood season.
- Five Takfiris were killed and 53 others were arrested in Sinai Peninsula Monday.
Following the Qatari-Egyptian reconciliation that was brokered by Saudi Arabia, The Qatari-owned Al JAzeera network has temporarily suspended the broadcasting of its “Al Jazeera Mubashir Misr”, that has criticized Egypt’s government,
- Sisi congratulates Sibsi over winning Presidential elections in Tunisia.
- 5 billion EGP to maintain road and bridges.
Egyptian authorities have banned Egyptian trucks from traveling through al-Salloum border crossing between Egypt and Libya.
- The smart card system for subsidized fuel purchases will be effective starting from April 2015.
The Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights (ECESR) filed a lawsuit before the Administrative Court to cancel the military trials for the civilians who were charged with attacking Public facilities. The ECESR said such law is “unconstitutional.”
- President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi approved Election Constituency Law.
- Court of Cassation upholds one-year imprisonment sentence against prominent Islamist Hazem Salah Abu Ismail over insulting the judiciary.