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  1. Egypte - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Presidential Decree No. 988, to provide for the conditions to be fulfilled by voters and by candidates nominated on the workers' behalf for membership of the boards of directors of companies in the public and private sectors, for the nomination and voting procedure, for the procedure for challenging appointiments and forments and for members' terms of office.

    Adoption: 1967-03-10 | EGY-1967-R-18782

  2. Egypte - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Decree (No. 295 of 1966) promulgating executive regulations for the Law (No. 75 of 1964) on health insurance for civil servants.

    Adoption: 1966-09-01 | EGY-1966-R-56989

    Establishes minimum standards of medical care and operating procedures for the Health Insurance Authority.

  3. Egypte - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Decree (No. 3183 of 1966) regarding medical treatment of working people and citizens abroad.

    Adoption: 1966-08-07 | EGY-1966-R-56990

    Provides for the creation of medical treatment centres abroad to care for government employees working outside of Egypt. Stipulates that other citizens may be treated at the centres, but at their own expense.

  4. Egypte - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Decree (No. 75 of 1964) regarding health insurance for government employees.

    Adoption: 1964-03-21 | EGY-1964-R-56988

    Provides that all government employees and pensioners - with the exception of the armed forces - shall enjoy the health insurance system.

  5. Egypte - - Loi

    Decree of the President of the Republic promulgating Social Insurance Law No. 92 of 1959.

    Adoption: 1959 | EGY-1959-L-35091

    A law to establish an Institution for Social Insurance, covering employment injury, sickness, disability and survivors' benefits.

  6. Egypte - - Loi

    Emergency Law No. 162/1958. (قانون الطوارئ رقم 162 لسنة 1958) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1958 | EGY-1958-L-111245

    Egypt has been under an almost continuous nationwide state of emergency, the last extension being April 2017 under Presidential Decree No. 157 of 2017. Under the Emergency Law (Law 162 of 1958) the police powers are extended, constitutional rights are suspended, censorship is legalised and habeas corpus is abolished. Public demonstrations and rallies are restricted. It permits indefinite detention without trial and hearings of civilians by military courts, prohibits gatherings of more than five people, and limits speech and freedom of association.

  7. Egypte - - Loi

    Law (No. 86 of 1956) concerning mines and quarries.

    Adoption: 1956-03-14 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1956-03-15 | EGY-1956-L-56955

    Declares that all mineral materials are the property of the State, except building materials in quarries that belong to third parties. Charges the Ministery of Trade and Industry with the responsibility for organising and controlling the exploitation of these materials.

  8. Egypte - - Loi

    Law (No. 66 of 1953) concerning mines and quarries.

    Adoption: 1953 | EGY-1953-L-56954

    Consists only of Chapter 2 provisions relating to "fuel raw materials" not repealed by Law (No. 86 of 1956) concerning mines and quarries. Stipulates rules for the granting and administration of licences for prospecting for and exploitation of petroleum, or petroleum products.

  9. Egypte - - Loi

    The Civil Code (No. 131, 1948). - Code on-line in English

    Adoption: 1948-07-16 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1949-10-15 | EGY-1948-L-56949

    Books I and II regard obligations and contracts, respectively.

  10. Egypte - - Loi

    Act No. 58 of 1937, promulgating the Penal Code. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1937-07-31 | EGY-1937-L-57560

    Extract identifies crimes and misdemeanours committed against private persons, including work stoppages in public utility services that have not been properly notified and restraints upon an individual's right to work.

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