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In an interview with head of the Coptic Evangelical Church and director of the Church's social services (ECOSS), Dr. Rev. Andre Zaki talked on several files concerning Christians in Egypt, most notably the church building law, as well as the personal status law, among others:
For the first time in Egypt, civil marriage is recognized by the church, and is included in the draft law on personal status for the Coptic Evangelical denomination. For many years, the churches have rejected civil marriage on the ground that it is a marriage that does not obtain the blessings of...
The occasion was marked by a ceremony at the headquarters of the Coptic Evangelical Church, and was attended by Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the Holy See of St. Mark, with the participation of the Heads of the other member churches of the Council: Rev. André Zaki, head of...
The Euro-Arab Dialogue Conference, which lasted three days under the theme "Active Citizenship and its role in bringing about change within societies", will end on Saturday in the island of Crete, which saw the participation of a number of Arab and European institutions interested in dialogue,...
Dr. Rev. Andre Zaki, head of the Coptic Evangelical denomination in Egypt, received on Monday the European Parliament (EP)delegation, which is currently visiting Cairo, headed by the Chairman of the EP Foreign Affairs Committee.
Official Church sources confirmed that the Law on Unified Places of Worship, which is due to be presented to the first session of the House of Representatives, scheduled to be held on Sunday, has changed to become the ‘Church Building Law’. The law includes all the details related to the building...
Cairo - A widespread debate between the three Egyptian Churches (Orthodox, Evangelical, and Catholic) has ensued around the preparations of the Personal Status Law draft for Egyptian Christians, in the hope to present it to Parliament during the new session and have it officially passed, in the...
Dr. Rev. Andre Zaki, head of the Anglican Communion in Egypt, announced that Egyptian Churches do not accept any foreign intervention in Egyptian issues.
After 160 years, the Egyptian House of Representatives finally passed the new law that sets new rules for the construction and restoration of churches in Egypt. However, further draft laws concerning Copts are now discussed between the parliament and the Egyptian churches. 
Dr. Rev. Andre Zaki head of the Egyptian Evangelical Church will lead a Church delegation tomorrow, Wednesday, to meet Pope Tawadros II in the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral.

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