|Dr. Abdel Khaleq Farouk. Born in Egypt in January 1957, he obtained a BA in economics and political science from Cairo University in 1979, a Bachelor of Laws from Cairo University in 1992, a diploma in public law from Cairo University in 1997, and a diploma in the administration of the national government apparatus from the Institute of Public Administration in Japan in the year 1989. Worked as an economic researcher at the Center for Political and Strategic Studies in Al-Ahram, as an economic researcher at the Office of the Egyptian Prime Minister, as an economic researcher at the Egyptian Authority for Insurance Supervision of the Ministry of Economy, and he worked as an economic expert in the Central Agency for Organization and Administration. He works as an expert in governmental public budgets affairs in international forums. In economic and legal sciences in 2003 and was awarded the best economic book award for the year 2002 from the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology in Egypt for the book "Oil and Arab Funds Abroad." He has published more than twenty books, the most prominent of which are "The Emergence of Administrative Corruption in Egypt", The Crisis of Affiliation in Egypt, "Penetrating the Egyptian National Security", "Corruption in Egypt, an Economic Analytical Study", "An Indictment Petition Against the President", in addition to dozens of analyzes and articles. .