In the past week, the parliament launched a campaign against two renowned press and media workers. First, parliamentary speaker Ali Abdul Aal slammed Egypt’s long-established Al-Ahram institution, sparking angry reactions from its chairperson and journalists. Second, Abdul Aal brought famous journalist Ibrahim Eissa to be investigated by the prosecution. In despite of constitutional guarantee and press freedom, journalists in Egypt are still under threats when they cover some topics. The Press Syndicate leader, YehiaQallash told the journal that she believes in the enforcement of Press freedom, passing by the law, with a regulation of this liberty. So, they try to maintain good relation with the Cairo, to obtain, by negociation, more freedom for the press in Egypt, or at least to apply constitutional guarantee and press freedom previous in the law.