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In statements disclosed to the Egyptian Extra News TV channel, MP and president of the Supreme Council for Media Regulation, Makram Muḥammad Aḥmad, said that freedom of the press in Egypt is uncontrolled, and it is the task of the Supreme Media Regulatory Council to establish appropriate controls...
According to the rules of international law, the State is defined as having population, a territory and a sovereign government. Three powers oversee legislation, the enforcement of the law and its subsequent implementation. One of the most important criteria for distinguishing between the different...
The crisis between Egypt's Press Syndicate and the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) escalated after the latter had banned reporters from entering its headquarter. Reporters, who had come to cover news on the NCHR's case concerning the renewal of its accreditation, considered the ban 'an...
In her interview with Radio Misr, since her appointment as the President of the Egyptian Radio and Television Union Safā’ Ḥijāzī said that Freedom of expression is guaranteed to all but must be accompanied by responsibility.
The Egyptian Parliament has recently come under fire as the members of the House of Representatives clearly demonstrated that they do not accept criticism in all its forms, and clash with the detractors.  
The Federation Of Arab Journalists (FAJ) held a press conference on Sunday to present its report on the condition of press freedom in the Arab world from 2015 to 2016. At the commencement of the meeting, the participants stood in silent tribute for colleague journalists killed in the line of duty.
The Egyptian Center For Public Policy Studies organizes a conference on Wednesday under the title 'Conclusion of the Legal Network and an Overview on Provisions that regulate Freedom of the Media in Egypt'. 
Egyptian journalists organized a protest on Thursday in front of their syndicate. Gathered under the slogan "freedom is a genuine right", the journalists demand the release of all journalists detained on the ground of peaceful demonstration and freedom of expression in defense of public liberties....
A journalist and the editor-in-chief of a newspaper run by state-owned Akhbār al-Yawm news organization were referred to a criminal court on Saturday for publishing and writing an article with “obscene sexual content”.
Dutch lawyer, André Seebregts filed on behalf of four Dutch citizens of Egyptian origin, a case on Thursday, September 18 to the Dutch general prosecution against Egyptian Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim [Muhammad Ibrahīm], former President ‘Adly Mansour and former Prime Minister Hazem El-...

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