24 April 2013

Egypt: Presidential Advisor Submits His Resignation

Presidential adviser for Legal Affairs Mohamed Fouad Gadallah, submitted his resignation to the president on Monday 23/4/2013 after months of working in the presidency.

Gadallah said his resignation is motivated by insistence on keeping Qandil government, which is opposed by the majority of the people, not solving the crisis of the Prosecutor-General ,inability to hold a national dialogue for all political powers to reach a consensus ,inability to solve many crises, marginalizing youth, opening Egypt before the Iranian tourism which will expand Shiite tourism in Egypt.

Gadallah added in his letter that there is "no clear vision" in running the state affairs.

Spokesman of Presidency Ihab Fahmi said on Tuesday 24/4/2013 that the resignation letter provided by President Mohamed Morsi's top legal advisor Mohamed Fouad Gadallah is under consideration.

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