The Egyptian NGO Law -Law 84 (2002)- follows the traditional restrictive views of the Egyptian legislator. That obviously appears in the successive laws which are supposed to aim at organising the work of civil society but end with restricting and undermining them. The Law 84 (2002) is the law governing the relationship between associations and civic foundations on the one hand and the state on the other hand.
(A Historical analysis of the development of the egyptian legislative process between the years 1925 - 1990)
The historical analysis of legislation organizing the economic trends, especially those tackling with property matters, is recommended to understand the origin of legislation, and how it reached it’s current phase.
The Egyptian legislators did not have long experience in the legislations relevant to the protection of competition and prevention of monopolistic practices. Before 2005, most of the legislations related to this matter used to fall under other laws , such as laws of Industry and Commerce.