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Sisi Stresses Need to Discuss Family Issues Honestly and Impartially


Tue 10 May 2022 | 11:26 PM
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On Tuesday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi stressed the importance of resolving family issues honestly and impartially.

In a telephone interview with the TV anchor Azza Mustafa's Salet el Tahrir talk show aired on the Sada El-Balad satellite channel, President Sisi lauded the show's episode that tackled the personal status law in Egypt.

The President said that the family issues pose a serious threat to the cohesion and future of our society, noting that the porce rate has sharply increased in Egypt over the past 20 years.

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He added that it is of great importance to draft a law that resolves family issues as soon as possible.

Sisi confirmed that he had heard in detail about the problems Egyptians are talking about 40 years ago.

The President continued: We need to discuss family issues honestly and impartially, and I call on the government, Parliament, Al-Azhar, and all social institutions to join efforts to prepare a balanced personal status law."

During his phone-in at Sada El Balad TV Satellite channel, the president lauded Salet el Tahrir (newsroom) talk show's episode that tackled the personal status law in Egypt.

President Sisi invited the talk show's guest, judge Abdullah Al Baja, the former president of the Family Court, to the presidency's headquarters for debating the personal status law.

The president asked Al Baja to a provide a general outline of the results he came up with a number of judges, whether in service or retired, after hearing many family issues in order to draft a marriage document or what he called "a contract" on which the couples could agree as a sign of good intention and avoid future differences.

Meanwhile, the president said such kind of document or contract should be in compliance with Sharia (religious laws in marriage), adding that the state should take measures and out regulations to settle all issues pertaining to such issue.