The National Movement holds an educational training program on the history of local councils in Egypt

The Egyptian National Movement Party will hold a training course today, Thursday, and the day after tomorrow, Friday, at the headquarters of the party’s general secretariat in the Suez Governorate, under the title “Youth Deserving Leadership” within the framework of the work plan of the People’s and Local Councils Secretariat of the Egyptian National Movement Party.

Ahmed Adel Kamali, Secretary General of the party in the Suez governorate, confirmed that the training course comes in light of the interest in training, qualifying and preparing Egyptian youth for the local council elections.

Kamali added: The training program will be attended by former Shura Deputy and Secretary-General of the Egyptian National Movement Party, Dr. Ahmed Al-Dabaa, as well as former Shura Deputy and Secretary-General of the Egyptian National Movement Party, MP Abdel-Elah Abdel-Hamid, as well as the Secretary of the People’s and Local Councils of the party, Dr. Karim Nour El-Din.

He stressed that the Egyptian youth are conscious youth who deserve to be led and deserve to be pushed at the forefront of the ranks, especially qualified young people who are trained, and from here we in the national movement focus on this training aspect and are keen to refine them with experience and knowledge, whether in the present or in the past, and focus on intensive programs and courses that allow them a wider horizon in Learning, awareness, understanding and ability to take responsibility and participate in political and executive decision-making as well.

He continued: We aim behind these sessions to present examples of young people and leaders ready to lead when they have the opportunity to serve the state and represent a supporting element for its national institutions and its political leadership that work day and night in order to support stability and push young faces to the forefront of the ranks.

Dr. Karim Nour El-Din said that the training program of the training course discusses the history of the Egyptian national movement and the electoral campaigns of the local election candidate and how they are administered, as well as the popular role of a member of the local council. The training program will also discuss the importance of local councils in relation to the lives of citizens and the status of local administration in the Egyptian constitutions and the difference between administration Local and local government, as well as monitoring tools for a member of the local council.

Nour El-Din added: The historical aspect of the local popular councils in Egypt and that they date back more than 130 years and had an important role in interacting with the lives of citizens, stressing that the local government system, or what is known as the municipal councils system, was its initial beginning in the governorate of Alexandria and was applied nearly a year ago. 130 years, specifically in 1890.

He explained that this system of local government had almost independence from the executive authority represented in the government and had its own budget, which is also independent from the government budget. Personalities, notables, senior owners and employees. One part of these councils was appointed and the other side was elected. The system of local government continued to take different forms until 1919 to about 13 municipal or local councils.

Karim Nour El-Din added that we will also review the historical aspect in a deeper and more expanded way during the training program, with the aim of raising awareness about part of Egypt’s history as an ancient country with a representative, parliamentary and municipal history, and a central state with institutions and an honorable history that deserves to be respected by the generations that should be proud and proud of their history. Ancient.
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