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Indonesia has a presidential system. The President, who is head of state and government, is now directly elected for a term of five years, along with the vice president.
The country's top legislative body is the Majella Permusyawaratan Rakyat (MPR) or People's Consultative Assembly, which consists of the Dewan Rakyat Perwakilan (DPR) or People's Representative Council, elected for five years, and Dewan Perwakilan daerah (DPD ) or the Regional Representatives Council. After the 2004 elections, the MPR would become a bicameral Parliament with the creation of DPD as a new second chamber.
Egypt is a republic since 18 June 1953. Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, the current president of Egypt, during the World Economic Forum in 2008. Mohamed Hosni Mubarak assumed the presidency on 14 October 1981, after the assassination of Anwar Sadat, and in 2008, was in his fifth term. Mubarak is the head of the National Democratic Party in power. Although the country is formally a semi-presidential republic multiparty, in which executive power is shared between the president and prime minister, in practice the president controls the government and has been elected as sole candidate for more than fifty years. The last presidential election was in September 2005.