Egypt: SIS Does Not Take Sides With Any Political Power
11 February 2013
State Information Service (SIS) does not take sides with any political power and works neutrally to serve the State, said SIS Chairman Ambassador Mohammed Badreddin Zayed.
SIS works impartially and does not seek to influence the public opinion regarding politics, Zayed said during the opening of a training course organized in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Alexandria, entitled "Media and Elections".
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