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Parliament stacked against labor interests?
Jano Charbel | The new Parliament, which convened for the first time in January, is reviewing several pieces of legislation
What happened after February 11, 2011?
Mai Shams El-Din | The famous chant of “bread, freedom and social justice” continued to resonate in people’s heads
The saga with Egypt’s civil service law continues
Beesan Kassab | Although Egypt’s Parliament has rejected President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s civil service law, the
Protesting conscripts and civil servants: Cracks in the regime’s support system?
Mostafa Mohie | Three weeks separated the protests against the civil service law and protests staged by police conscripts
Workers protest civil service law in one of biggest street actions since 2013
Jano Charbel | Thousands of public sector workers took to the streets on Monday in protest against the civil service
 
Opinion
Ashraf Hussein
Do we really have big government?
  During the ongoing debate over the civil service law, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi asked in
 
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17 striking workers acquitted as court demands right to strike be included in civil service law
Parliament approves controversial civil service law
Amid mass passing of laws, Egypt’s parliament rejects civil service law
Security attempts to thwart planned civil service protest in authorized area
Tension runs high in lead-up to civil service law protest
Authorities refuse to authorize protest against new Civil Service Law
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