The constitution was approved by 98.13% of voters.
The River Nile provides an invaluable source of livelihoods to over 160 million of people who dwell in its valley. The river valley is renowned for being a cradle of civilisation. As the populations grew and civilisation evolved, the demand for more water resources took a toll in the region. The more recent visible climate change effects have further compounded water management in the basin. Water and food security in the region is under threat, hence the need for robust transboundary water management. An effective institutional arrangement is a key factor in facilitating this process.
This resource is a USAID land tenure country profile that provides information on fundamental land tenure issues, including tenure types, legal frameworks, and land administration and institutions. This country profile is divided into the following sections: Summary/overview, Land, Freshwater, Trees and Forests, Minerals, and Data Sources.
Islamic Law and Society, Vol. 18.
Link takes you to a collection of personal status laws and related materials in a number of Arab countries, including the Palestinian Authority territories. Items listed are in Arabic.
The source of this link is Constitute. The Constitute Project provides the World's constitutions (in English) to read, search and compare.
As amended to 2007.
This draft is referenced in a Library of Congress online article titled "Perspectives on Egypt's 2014 Constitution". Here is the link to this article, http://blogs.loc.gov/law/2014/02/perspectives-on-egypts-2014-constitution/.
The link provided below takes you to the draft constitution document.