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  1. Egypte - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Law No. 182 of 2018 promulgating the Law Regulating Contracts Concluded by Public Entities. (قانون رقم 182 لسنة 2018
بإصدار قانون تنظيم التعاقدات التى تبرمها الجهات العامة)

    Adoption: 2018-10-03 | EGY-2018-L-112797

  2. Egypte - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Egyptian Constitution 2014. - Constitution on-line Constitution on-line

    Adoption: 2014-01-18 | EGY-2014-C-97325

    Part I - The State
    Part II - Basic Components of the Society
    Chapter One: Social Components (Articles 7-26)
    Chapter Two: Economic Components (Articles 27-46)
    Chapter Three: Cultural Components (Articles 47-50)
    Part III - Public Rights, Freedoms & Duties
    Part IV - Rule of Law
    Part V - The System of Government
    Part VI - General & Transitional Provisions

  3. Egypte - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitutional Declaration of July 8, 2013. - Legislation on-line in Arabic Legislation on-line in English

    Adoption: 2013-07-08 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2013-07-09 | EGY-2013-C-97310

    The Declaration includes thirty-three articles, and sets forth the system of the State during the transitional period and a timeline for amending the 2012 Constitution and conducting elections.

  4. Egypte - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Egypt's Constitution of 2012. - Legislation on-line in Arabic Legislation on-line in English

    Adoption: 2012-11-30 | EGY-2012-C-91655

    Chapter I: Political principles
    Chapter II: Social and ethical principles
    Chapter II: Economic Principles
    Chapter I: Personal rights
    Chapter II: Moral and political rights
    Chapter III: Economic and social rights
    Chapter IV: Guarantees for the protection of rights and freedoms
    Chapter I: Legislative authority
    Section 1: Common provisions
    Section 2: House of Representatives
    Section 3: Shura Council
    Chapter II: Executive Authority
    Section 1: The President
    Section 2: The Cabinet
    Chapter III: The Judicial Authority
    Section 1: General Provisions
    Section 2: The Judiciary and Public Prosecution
    Section 3: The State Council
    Section 4: The Supreme Constitutional Court
    Section 5: Judicial Bodies
    Section 6: Judicial Officers
    Chapter IV: Local Administration
    Section 1: Local administrative division of the State
    Section 2: Local Councils
    Chapter V: National Security and Defense
    Section 1: The National Security Council
    Section 2: The Armed Forces
    Section 3: The National Defense Council
    Section 4: The Military Judiciary
    Section 5: The Police
    Chapter I: Common provisions
    Chapter II: Regulatory Agencies
    Section 1: The National Anti-Corruption Commission
    Section 2: Central Auditing Organization
    Section 3: The Central Bank
    Chapter III: The Economic and Social Council
    Chapter IV The National Electoral Commission
    Chapter V: Independent bodies
    Section 1: The Supreme Authority for Endowment Affairs
    Section 2: The Supreme Authority for Heritage Conservation
    Section 3: The National Council for Education and Scientific Research
    Section 4: Independent Press and Media Organizations
    Chapter I: Amendments to the Constitution
    Chapter II: General Provisions
    Chapter III: Transitional Provisions

    Article 225:
    This Constitution shall be in force as of the date of announcing the public approval of it in a referendum, based on a majority of valid votes of the referendum participants.

    Article 236:
    Constitutional declarations issued by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and by the President of the Republic from 11 February 2011 to the date of the adoption of this Constitution are hereby repealed, while their consequent effects shall remain valid and in force and may not in any way be appealed against.

  5. Egypte - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    The Constitutional Declaration for the Arab Republic of Egypt, 2011. - Declaration on-line

    Adoption: 2011-03-30 | EGY-2011-C-90064

    The Declaration was made by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces. It contains 63 articles. The Declaration can be divided into eleven parts.
    Articles 1-5 - general provisions
    Articles 6-18 - public freedoms, rights and duties
    Articles 19-24 - rule of law
    Articles 25-31 - contains provisions concerning the Presidency
    Articles 32-45 - People's assembly and Shoura Council
    Articles 46-52 - the judiciary
    Articles 53-55 - armed forces and the police
    Articles 56-58 - powers of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and the Cabinet
    Article 59 - State of emergency
    Article 60 - drafting new Constitution
    Articles 61-63 - transitional provisions.

  6. Egypte - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Supreme Council of the Armed Forces: Legislative Decree No. 12 of 2011 on amending several provisions of Law No. 40 of 1977 on the system of political parties.

    Adoption: 2011 | EGY-2011-L-112796

  7. Egypte - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Presidential Order No. 174, 1990, to approve the amendment of the Constitution of the Arab Labour Organisation adopted at its seventeenth session, Rabat, March 1989.

    Adoption: 1989-03 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1990-06-25 | EGY-1989-C-21969

    The text of the amendments is reproduced in the schedule to the Order, dated 15 April 1990.

  8. Egypte - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Act No. 33 of 1978 concerning the protection of the National Front and social peace.

    Adoption: 1978-06-02 | EGY-1978-L-49347

    Provides for the security of the State.

  9. Egypte - Droit constitutionnel - 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.

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