Policy of Egypt

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The Arab Republic of Egypt is a republic . is the religion of State but freedoms of thought and worships are assured.

executive power is held by . Since Mohammed Hosni Mubarak occupy the post of president, re-elected at the time of referendums every six years. In 2005 the election for the presidency for was opened to other candidates. legislative power belongs toParliament of the People (members elected for one 5 years duration by vote for all). Finally a Consultative Assembly, called Choura, is consulted by the president of the Republic and the Parliament of the People on the political decisions. This assembly is made up of 264 members of which 2/3 are elected, and 1/3 named by the president of the Republic

Government in 2002

Principal political parties

The principal political parties (2004) are:

  • The government: Democratic national party
  • Legal opposition:
  1. Néo-Wafd: liberal;
  2. Party of work: populist, suspended in May 2000;
  3. Unionistic gathering progressist: Marxists and nassériens of left;
  4. Party of the Egyptian greens;
  5. Party of the Egypt young person;
  6. Unionistic democratic party;
  7. Party nassérien

External bond

See too


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