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Sunday, 24 November 2013

Egypt Press Review: Nov.24


The current government started preparing a file to document crimes commited by the Muslim Brotherhood against the Egyptian people, particularly following the forced dispersal of Rabaa and Nahda sit-ins in order to list them as a terrorist group.

Second field army arrested 11 armed Takfiri suspects on Saturday during raids on criminal and terrorist groups in South Sheikh Zuwayed and Rafah.

Suspending Upper Egypt’s railways after its resumption till further notice.
Egypt expels Turkey’s ambassador to Cairo as response for Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan insult.
Identity articles in the constitution obstruct 50-member committee.

Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim ensured that any non-peaceful protest will be confronted with firm action, regardless of the number of casualties.

Ibrahim also announced that the police, in coordination with the Armed Forces, was able to arrest four terrorist groups’ leaders who were supported by the International Muslim Brotherhood Organization.

Press ban in ousted president Mohamed Morsi espionage trial and National Security Agency officers’ murder case.
Conflicts around defining a quota in the constitution and preamble spark in 50-member committee.
Navy joint training ‘Morgan 14′ launched between Egypt and Saudi Arabia.

Technology city in Borg al-Arab to be established with five billion EGP ($ 725.93 million) investments.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs: 26 countries lift travel ban to Egypt, while ministry of tourism said high season starts in February.
140 antiques that belonged to King Tutankhamen displayed in an exhibition in Japan.
Muslim Brotherhood Without Violence movement: MB International Organization assigned $ 89 million to support terrorism in Egypt.
Al-Masry Al-Youm

Interim President Adly Mansour has a meeting with Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawy and the president’s legal advisor Ali Awad to discuss issuing the protest law, which is now being revised by the presidency before publishing it in the state newspaper during the upcoming hours.

Ministry of Transitional Justice passed two law drafts to the Cabinet to form a committee to review former President Mohamed Morsi’s amnesty decrees for prisoners by court verdicts and to organize the president’s right in issuing an amnesty decree.

Former national team coach Hassan Shehata: training the national team is a burden and the people are wishing that I return.
Minister of Health Maha Rabat: Insurance Law will be passed to the cabinet in 45 days.

Minister of Petroleum and Metallurgical Wealth Sherif Ismail ensured that 22 percent of the total dues worth $ 1.2-1.3 billion owed by the petroleum sector to foreign companies will be paid in the beginning of December.

Central Auditing Agency Head Hisham Genena: I will resign if I do not fulfill my job.
Muslim Brotherhood leader Ezzat al-Gharib received $7 million from an Arab country to help Morsi escape.
Egypt won UNESCO executive council head.
Hosni Mubarak‘s sons Alaa and Gamal complaint regarding their imprisonment was refused.
Originally published in Youm7.
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