Egypt PM, Minister Fawzi discuss parliamentary coordination, National Dialogue implementation

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Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly met with Mahmoud Fawzi, Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Legal Affairs, and Political Communication, on Sunday to discuss coordination on parliamentary and political communication matters.

The meeting focused on intensifying efforts to achieve the state’s objectives outlined by Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. Particular emphasis was placed on the role of the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs in political communication.

Prime Minister Madbouly stressed the importance of ongoing collaboration with legislative and political institutions, including the parliament and the National Dialogue Trustees.

He reaffirmed the government’s commitment to prioritizing and effectively implementing the outcomes of the National Dialogue.

Madbouly emphasized the government’s dedication to strengthening cooperation with the parliament across various domains, including political, economic, and legislative matters.

He highlighted the importance of finding common ground to expedite the enactment of laws that benefit citizens. This includes active participation in parliamentary sessions, particularly those held in specialized committees.

Moreover, the Egyptian Prime Minister acknowledged the critical role of the National Dialogue Trustees in fostering open dialogue on a wide range of issues.

He underscored the need for close coordination with the Board of Trustees to meticulously implement the dialogue’s initial phase recommendations.

Minister Fawzi expressed his commitment to continuous communication with legislative and political institutions, as well as the National Dialogue Trustees. He emphasized the constructive role of the national dialogue in addressing societal issues.

Fawzi noted that the first phase of the national dialogue yielded 136 recommendations, which the government will closely monitor for implementation.

He highlighted that the National Dialogue Trustees will identify urgent issues requested by the government, such as the conversion from in-kind to cash subsidies and the new secondary education system, for further discussion. These discussions will be coordinated through the ministry, alongside other societal issues.

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