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Egyptian Administrative Systems

Egyptian Administration & Planning System

Egyptian Administrative And Planning Systems

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1. Egyptian administrative system (according to 1971 constitution) 1.1 The local administrative system. 1.2 Differences between Rural and Urban regions in Egypt. 1.3 Relation between central and local authority. 1.4 Parliamentary power (the elected councils).

2. Egyptian New Administrative System (according to 2012 constitution). 2.1 Relation between central and local authority 2.2 2.2 Parliamentary power (The Elected Councils).

3.Egyptian planning system. (According to the unified planning law 119 of the year 2008). 3.1. History of The Urban planning Systems 3.2. The unified building law (Law 119 of the year 2008).

4. Urban Planning and Development (law 119 of the year 2008, Articles from 1 to 19). 4.1. The New Planning Hierarchy. 4.2. The Supreme Council of Planning and Urban Development structure. 4.3. The General Organization of Physical Planning. 4.4. The Regional Planning Centers (R.P.P.C) responsibilities. 4.5. The General Administration For Urban Planning (Government). Responsibilities . 4.6 Local Authorities Responsibilities and Powers related to the planning issues.

5.Evaluation of the urban process after the unified urban law. 6. Hierarchy and Development plans contents. 7. Examples of the development plans. 6.1. The National Urban Development Strategic Plan. 6.2. The Regional Urban Development Strategic Plan (Greater Cairo Region). 6.3. Helwan Government Urban Development Strategic Plan. 6.4. El Zabw (Village) Urban Development Strategic Plan.

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List of Figures
Figure (1). The Egyptian Governorates………………………..………………………………………………………………………….6. Figure (2). Local Councils Structures …….……………………..……………………………………………………………………….7. Figure (3). Egypt’s Planning Regions …………………..…..……………………………………………………………………………16.. Figure (4). The National Urban Development Strategic Plan .…… ..…………………………………………………………20. Figure (5). The Regional Urban Development Strategic Plan (Greater Cairo Region).………………………………20. Figure (6). Helwan Government Urban Development Strategic Plan ………………………………….…….……………21. Figure (7). El Zabw (village) Urban Development Strategic Plan ……………………………..………………………………21.

List of Shapes
Shape(1) The Egyptian Administration Hierarchy ………………………………………………………………………………….5. Shape (2) self illustration The New Planning Hierarch…………………………..…………………………………….……….13. Shape (3) self illustration The supreme council of planning and urban development structure ……..….14. Shape (4) The Supreme Council of Planning and Urban Development responsibilities .……………………..….15.

List of Tables
(Table 1) Responsible Governmental Bodies For Planning or Approving the plans before the issuing of the unified planning law (119 For the year 2008) …………………..…………………………………………………………………….12. (Table 2) The hierarchy and the content of the development plans. ………… ………………………………………….19.

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Egyptian Administrative System

Egyptian Administrative system
(According to the 1971 constitution)

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Egyptian Administrative System
1. The Egyptian Administrative System. Introduction
Egypt is situated in northeast Africa and borders the Mediterranean Sea to the north along 995 km, the Red Sea in the east along 1,941 km, Palestine and Israel in the northeast along 265 km, Libya in the west along 1,115 km and Sudan in the south along 1,280 km. It is estimated that Egypt covers an area of 1.2 million km². Cairo (around 11 million inhabitants) is the capital of Egypt. According to estimates from 2012, the total 1 population of Egypt is 83,335,036. Today the country is organized on five levels. Art. 161 of the 1971 Constitution states that the Arab Republic of Egypt is divided into legally recognized administrative units. These are Governorates, Centers, Cities,...
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