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Bayoumi criticizes attempts of selling Egypt's assets
Bayoumi criticizes attempts of selling Egypt's assets
Moral cowardice that keeps us from speaking our minds is as dangerous to this country as irresponsible talk. The right way is not always the popular and easy way. Standing for right when it is unpopular is a true test of moral character; hence MP Yousri Bayoumi, of the MB Parliamentary bloc, submitted an urgent request for information to the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Investment.
Sunday, January 17,2010 22:36
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MP Yousri Bayoumi, of the MB Parliamentary bloc, submitted an urgent request for information to the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Investment on the promotions by some people on selling Egypt’s assets in the form of popular stakes.

 

He emphasized that the project aims to sell 153 companies in three years and the government is planning the contract where citizens will only be mediators. The MP stressed strongly that a terrible crime would be committed against the nation if the scheme was in fact completed.

 

Bayoumi added that the government would sideline citizens, stressing that President Mubarak had not mentioned this project in his speech in the new parliamentary session, illustrating that there seemed to be some undercover scheme with only a specific number

tags: Bayoumi / The MB Parliamentary Bloc / The Prime Minister / Minister Of Finance / Corruption In Egypt
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