The abolition of the imprisonment penalty for artists in the amendments...

The abolition of the imprisonment penalty for artists in the amendments...
The abolition of the imprisonment penalty for artists in the amendments...

The House of Representatives will discuss, during the plenary session next Sunday, headed by Counselor Dr. Hanafi Jabali, the report of the joint committee from the Committee on Information, Culture and Antiquities, the offices of the Plan and Budget Committees, constitutional and legislative affairs, and the workforce on a draft law submitted by the government to amend some provisions of Law No. 35 of 1978 in Concerning the establishment of trade unions and a federation of trade unions acting professions ة.

The draft law included replacing the text of Article 5 bis of Law No. 35 of 1978 regarding the establishment of unions and the union of the acting, cinematic and musical professions, by canceling the imprisonment penalty “in line with the ruling of the Supreme Constitutional Court in Case No. 66 of 31 of the unconstitutionality of the imprisonment penalty contained in the text Article 5 bis, by tightening the penalty for anyone who violates the provisions of Article (5) of the law with a fine of no less than ten thousand pounds and not more than one hundred thousand pounds, provided that the fine is doubled in case of recurrence, in order to achieve special deterrence for the violator and public deterrence.

Article 5 states that – in each of the aforementioned unions, a general table shall be established in which the names of the members working in the union shall be registered, and two tables shall be attached to it, one for the associate members and the other for honorary members.

No one may work in theatre, cinema or music as stipulated in Article 2 of this law, unless he is an active member of the syndicate.

The Syndicate Council may temporarily authorize a specific job or for a specific period, subject to renewal, for non-working members, in order to facilitate the display of great conscious talents and the continuation of distinguished experiences, or to take into account the conditions of joint production, or to encourage cultural exchange between Egypt and the Arab countries and others, or because of scarcity or the absence of a peer of the Syndicate members. For the permit applicant, this permit does not entitle the requesting person to any of the rights or any of the privileges guaranteed to members working in this law.

The applicant, whether Egyptian or foreign, must pay to the Syndicate’s Benefits and Pensions Fund a relative fee of 20% of the wages and salaries he receives as a result of the temporary permit.

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