MP Mohamed Abou El Enein said that the new legislations must take into account the new thought and the special circumstances of each governorate in a way that supports investments.
In his word before the parliament’s plenary session, Abou El Enein added that the government should give priority to global capital and productive specialization as the world is heading towards the 4th industrial revolution in light of the huge technological developments.
The MP also tackled the idea of productive specialization and preservation of fish wealth as well as the technology of the 5th generation, calling for tax-free economic zones.
It is worth mentioning that, Abou El Enein donated 78 million pounds to support government efforts to curb the outbreak of coronavirus.
This came within the framework of the cooperation between the private sector and civil society institutions with the state to curb the widespread of this unprecedented virus and mitigating its negative effects socially and economically.