Cairo According to the Egyptian “Pyramid” report on the 26th, Egyptian President Sisi recently signed a presidential decree to extend the state of emergency implemented across the country for another three months from the 26th.
According to the presidential decree, the Egyptian security forces will take necessary measures to respond to terrorist threats, cut off the funding sources of terrorist organizations, and maintain national stability and security.
Egypt once again extended the state of emergency for three months, and the security forces will take necessary measures to deal with the threat of terrorism
In April this year, the Egyptian parliament passed a number of amendments to the “State of Emergency Law”, giving the president and government departments the power to close schools, prohibit public and private gatherings, prohibit the export of certain goods, and restrict trade in a state of emergency.
In April 2017, bombings against churches occurred in the cities of Tanta and Alexandria in northern Egypt, killing at least 45 people. The extremist organization “Islamic State” claimed to have committed the attack. Since then, Egypt has implemented a three-month state of emergency nationwide, after which the state of emergency has been extended many times.