Adel Badawy, a member of the parliament’s Housing, Public Utilities, and Reconstruction Committee pointed out that the average revenue of implementing the law is estimated to be EGP 90bn. He also emphasized its importance in ending many of the construction violations as well as generating revenue for the state.
Another member of the parliament’s Housing, Public Utilities, and Reconstruction Committee estimated that the revenue may reach EGP 120bn. He pointed out that this money would be used for the development of the sewage networks in the villages.
Currently, the draft law is in parliament awaiting approval, but there is a lot of dispute among the members of the parliament on the draft law.

 

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