This monitored period has witnessed the elections of the House of the Representatives and the Senate. These elections implemented the legal coup on the path of the desired democratic transition since the revolution as stipulated in the Egyptian Constitution. Elections reflected institutionalizing repression and the regime’s dominance. There isn’t any opposition as it is changed into a quiet national opposition which means that this opposition mustn’t oppose the regime’s views. However, it mustn’t raise its voice to protest except for legalizing the regime’s acts. Even in light of these imposed requirements by the regime, the latter worked to exclude the opposition from the legislative authority in its two chambers, as most of its symbols were absent in the previous parliament.