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Evaluating the Performance of Females Deputies in the House of Representatives

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Evaluating the Performance of Females Deputies in the House of Representatives

(Analytical study applied to the first 30 sessions of Parliament)

The extraordinary number of women deputies in the House of Representatives represents a total of (165) deputies, a historic opportunity to change the mindset against women’s empowerment, which refuses to recognize them as competent and able to provide a typical parliamentary performance that exceeds what many male deputies offer and benefits Egyptian women by modifying and developing legislative packages restricting women’s participation in public work (especially) The current parliamentary and hostile performance is a direct reflection of the care of the presidential institution for women and its support and historical role for all national processes aimed at developing state institutions and restoring them from attempts at hegemony, which was tried by a dark current that wanted to dominate its capabilities in addition to unprecedented participation in all electoral processes aimed at amending the constitutional text or reconstituting the parliamentary councils.

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