Friday 24 January 2020
The celebration of the Egyptian Tribes and Families Council began Friday evening at Cairo International Stadium, with a minute’s silence marking the lives of martyrs of the armed forces and the police.
Sheikh Kamel, a senior Sheikh of the Sinai tribes, said that the tribes are gathering today within the framework of their role in the importance of supporting and supporting the country, noting that the tribes stand behind the political tribes to support stability and the march of development.
The Cairo International Stadium witnessed a huge public turnout to participate in the celebration of Egyptian tribes and families, which is held under the slogan “Egyptna .. one family .. one homeland”, while families and families were keen to accompany their children, in a message confirming the Egyptians standing behind their political leaders, holding flags Egypt and pictures of President Sisi, chanting the national chants “Long live Egypt.”
This came with the participation of a number of politicians, artists, media professionals and members of the House of Representatives, and a number of artists, Hakim, Mahmoud Al-Leithy and Amina, will present the ceremony, presented by the journalist Ibrahim Abduljawad.
The Council of Arab Tribes in Upper Egypt had recently held a massive conference in Qena to support and delegate President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to face the current challenges, in the presence of a large number of symbols of families and tribes of Upper Egypt governorates, and deputies of parliament.