24 January 2013

Egypt: Cabinet: January 25th Revolution Changed Face of Egypt

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Cabinet, led by Prime Minister Hisham Qandil, commemorates the second anniversary of the January 25th Revolution, stating it "changed the face of Egypt" in a press statement released on Wednesday 23/1/2013.

"The biggest and most important challenge is not only in rebuilding the economy and reforming healthcare and education, but in rebuilding the system of values of the Egyptian society inspired by the principles of the January 25th Revolution," said the statement.

The statement continues: "Egypt's post-Revolution political process was received with acclaim from all parties involved, as well as international praise. It's credibility was never challenged, starting with the 19 March referendum, going through the parliamentary and Presidential elections and the constitution referendum."

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