Egypt: Morsy Listens to Complaints of Citizens, Promises to Improve Economy
29 December 2012
President Mohamed Morsy performed the Friday prayers on "Al-Quds" mosque in the Fifth Compound district, Cairo. Following the prayers, Morsy listened to complaints by three citizens on the difficult economic conditions.
Morsy urged citizens to maintain work and production, promising to help solve their problems. He assured them that Egypt will achieve stability and that economic conditions will be improved.
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