30 January 2013

Egypt: Cabinet Discusses Current Political Situation

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has expressed alarm at the spreading violence and increasing death toll in Egypt. Navi Pillay ... ( Resource: Egypt Violence Worries UN

The Cabinet held a meeting on Wednesday 30/1/2013 to discuss the latest political, security and economic developments in Egypt.

The Cabinet also tackled ways of ensuring the success of the national dialogue called for by President Mohamed Morsi.

The meeting reviewed a report on the security situation and methods of restoring law and order across Egypt, especially in the Canal governorates of Port Said, Suez and Ismailia.

The meeting also touched on the economic situation in the country as well as ways of luring new investments and providing job opportunities.

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