Members of the Egyptian House of Representatives praises the model of the House of Representatives simulation of the students of Ain Shams University
Ain Shams University students presented the simulation model of the House of Representatives as part of the activities of the end of the Simulation Model Festival, organized by the University Students Union under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Abdel Wahab Ezzat, the University President and Prof. Dr. Abdel Fattah Saud, Vice President and supervision of Mr. Tarik Ahmed, Director General of Youth Welfare and General Supervision of Mr. Samir Abdel Nasser, Secretary-General of the University. This was in the presence of MP Ahmed Zaidan MP from the Sahel Department and MP Tarek Al-Khouli MP from the list in love with Egypt, MP Ashraf Al-Wardani and a number of representatives of political parties and politicians.
The students simulated a plenary session of the House of Representatives during which a number of briefings were presented, including a briefing to the Ministry of Investment and Trade about a private sector company that does not accept the increase of salaries according to the declared wages and a request to inform the Ministry of Housing about the conditions of the people of the oases, discuss the ownership of land as well as request a briefing to the Ministry of Higher Education on the admission of deaf and dumb students in some Egyptian universities.
In addition, a request was made to the Prime Minister regarding the contents of the media, especially the dramatic content that carries scenes and ideas with content that is harmful to society and violates community values. The Council also made a number of suggestions, such as a proposal on legislation for small and medium-sized enterprises and the challenges it faces. Especially the technical education and the attempt to market the products of small projects, and has followed each minister-each in his own capacity - of the model students- replied on all questions and requests.
Some reports were also discussed on a number of issues such as transportation problems, road accidents, taking into consideration the allocation of suitable transportation for persons with special needs in various forms of disability. A report on some problems of maritime transport and its use in illegal acts and a report on renewal of religious discourse in its pronunciation and content. In addition to combat the religious extremism and a report on violence against children and child labor.
Following the presentation of the model, the members of the Egyptian parliament praised the simulation model, especially the variety of subjects dealt with, and enabled the students to perform, stressing that this model will produce in the future young people able to enter political life efficiently and consciously, especially in the current Egyptian parliament. As well as a number of women deputies in parliament, which confirms the state's keenness to empower young people in political life. MP Ahmad Zidan discussed his personal experience as the son of a simulation model during his studies at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science.
At the end of the session, the House of Representatives and the MPs. Tarek Ahmed honored all students involved in the preparation, organization and presentation of the model.