The indeterminate contract (CDI) is the normal form of the employment contract between the employer and the employee and has no fixed term. Employers must therefore use this type of contract, unless they can prove that they are in a situation that authorizes another type of contract (fixed-term contract, interim supply contract). The trial period, often provided for by a branch agreement, is included in a specific contract clause. It is only valid if it is recorded in writing and if the principle and duration of that period are determined as soon as staff are hired. The purpose of this agreement was in the eyes of the Egyptians to recover as much of the Sinai Peninsula (occupied by Israel since 1967) as they could through diplomacy. Although the agreement strengthened Egypt`s relations with the Western world, it reduced relations with other members of the Arab League (particularly Syria and the Palestine Liberation Organization). The agreement states that conflicts between countries “must not be resolved by military force, but by peaceful means.”  It also called for “a further withdrawal in Sinai and a new UN buffer zone.”  The agreement thus strengthened Israel`s and Egypt`s commitment to comply with UN Resolution 338 and strengthened diplomatic relations between Egypt, Israel and the United States.  Parties are free to include clauses on which they agree in the contract, with the exception of those that violate the mandatory provisions of laws and regulations (e.g. B discrimination clauses) and the clauses of the branch contract applicable to the company.
Since they do not have a special clause, an indeterminate contract may be terminated either at the request of one of the parties (dismissal, resignation, retirement, etc.), by agreement between the parties or because of force majeure. The Interim Sinai Agreement, also known as the Sinai II Agreement, was a diplomatic agreement signed by Egypt and Israel on September 4, 1975. The signing ceremony took place in Geneva. The contract may be concluded in writing or the result of a verbal agreement between the employer and the worker on full-time indeterminate employment contracts (except for statutory provisions or branch contracts).