What kind of government does Egypt have today?
The retired ministry of Dr Essam Sharaf is still running the country's affairs until in Shaa Allah Dr Kamal Al Ganzoury completes his assembly of the new ministry.
The Military Army council is still running the country until Egypt elected the new president: Mohammed Morsi.
Officially the Arab Republic of Egypt is a republic; it is headed by a president.
President Mohamed Morsi, a Cabinet appointed by the president, a legislative body of a 264-seat Advisory Council and a 454-seat People's Assembly, and the Supreme Constitutional Court comprise and decide the government of Egypt.
Egypt had a Presidential Dictatorship. Read More
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An absolute monarchy ruled Egypt with a Pharaoh as the reigning monarch. Read More
Egypt is no longer ruled by pharaohs, that system of government ended a very long time ago. Egypt now has a president. Read More
There government is still messed Read More
It depends on who they are opposing. Since the government of Egypt is in flux, the "opposition" today may become the "mainstream" tomorrow. Read More
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At present today,it follows a communist type of government. Read More
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semi- presidential so kind of a democracy and kind of a republic. Read More
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They are the KINGdom of Saudi Arabia. Read More
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Iraq has a republic government. But it has been failing (going down in financial ways) Read More
Because the government is "unfair"and the revolution had started because of facebook and new technology. Read More
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The same as today "Constitutional democracy" A federation of states, Read More
they still use the legal and government systems introduced by the british Read More
Egypt has a Semi-Presidential Republic style government Read More
Egypt as a nation-state still exists today as Egypt, in relatively the same location as their entire history. Read More
Russia has a federal semi-presidential constitutional republic. Read More
how the government in ancient Egypt pay the workers Read More
In egypt, there were pharaohs, and in Sumer there were kings and queens Read More
Shang system of government is who invented a very sophisticated writing system. Pharaohs government in Egypt is the most powerful person in ancient Egypt. Read More
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In Egypt, there is a basic education system in place for all children Primary though Preparatory provided by the government. The people in Egypt have different studies available based on a traditional education path or religious based education paths. Read More
It was the same kind of government they have today, but more organized, a parliament, look up the word parliament and you'll know. Read More
at the time of ancient Egypt the government was the strongest in the world Read More
In ancient Egypt, as today, priest hold no "official" position within the government. However, also as today, some countries highly elevated religious figures hold enormous power and influence within the government and society in general. Often actually more power than the reigning ruler. Read More
Currently, Egypt is a de jure Presidential Republic, which means that there is an elected parliament and an elected president who is the chief executive. The president is supposed to be relatively powerful. However, in Egypt, President Sissi has an inordinate amount of power and basically functions as a dictator. Read More
The Arab Republic of Egypt today has three branches of government: Executive: President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, Prime Minister Ahmed Mohamed Nazif, A Cabinet appointed by the president. Legislative: 264 seat Advisory Council, 454 seat People's Assembly. Judicial: Supreme Constitutional Court. Read More
Ancient Egypt was governed by a mix between a monarchy and a theocracy. Egypt had a royal family and dynastic rule, but they believed that the king was chosen by the gods to lead and that he represented the gods on earth. The king had both civic and religious authority. Read More