Presentation of the simulation model "The Egyptian State and the Arab-European Summit" at Ain Shams University

Prof. Dr. Abdel Fattah Saud, Vice President of Ain Shams University for Education and Student Affairs, opened a number of simulation models as part of the activities of the students' reception for the new academic year under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Mahmoud El-Metini, President of the University and in the presence of Salah Hassab Allah, spokesman for the House of Representatives and President of the neighborhood of Zaytoun.

Where Prof. Dr. Abdel Fattah Saud said that all models aim at training and qualifying students and educating students to prepare qualified youth cadres for integration and positive interaction and giving in the belief that the Egyptian youth is the pillar of progress and create a better future for our dear homeland.

Prof. Dr. Abdel Fattah Saud said that more than 1500 students from different faculties of the university have been trained over the last academic year on the different works of all seven simulation models: "League of Arab States, African Union, Local Council, United Nations, Council of Ministers, House of Representatives, Egyptian State."

The first session included a review of the “Egyptian State Simulation Model”, a training model aimed at introducing students to the functions and powers of the MP and the minister and how to manage the Egyptian state by applying the principle of separation of powers according to the constitution and laws while preserving the general policies of the state.

The Prime Minister presented a quick summary of the plan of seven ministries within the simulation model: the ministries of environment, interior, youth, sports, electricity, energy, investment, international cooperation, manpower, water resources and irrigation. A number of representatives of the House of Representatives also made a briefing on several issues, and the representatives of ministries and local councils participated in the response.

The second session was witnessed by Prof. Dr. Mohammad Safi Yusuf, vice dean of the Faculty of Law at the University, praising the students' continuous efforts and efforts in photographing the models and their performance.

The session included a review of the model of the Arab-European summit, which dealt with a number of global issues such as terrorism, which poses a threat to the whole world, as well as civil wars, irregular migration and administrative corruption.

It was confirmed that what a country is experiencing extends its impact to the rest of the world and the model included representation of a number of Arab countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia and a number of European countries including Sweden, Germany, Austria, Greece, Spain, Italy, UK, France and Russia.

At the end of the session, Prof. Dr. Mohammed Safi Yusuf praised the performance of students and the selection of vital topics strongly affect all the Arab and European countries and discuss them objectively and simplicity.

  • Oct 7, 2019