11 February 2013

Egypt: PM Says Hard Work Essential for Reaping Revolution's Fruits

Reaping the fruits of the revolution needs hard work and toil as well as steering away from political manipulation, Egypt's Prime Minister Hisham Kandil said on Monday.

It also needs systematic planning and working quietly away from political conflicts, Kandil added.

On his Facebook page, the prime minister wrote that the current government stems from and works for the people.

The outcome of the government's policies and procedures goes to the people of Egypt without discrimination, Kandil stated.

The prime minister called on the people to "retrieve the spirit of the January revolution that has brought together all Egyptians around one goal that was achieved on February 11, 2011".

There are many goals that require unity and cooperation between different political powers, Kandil said.

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