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PM appoints 8 new governors including a Copt
PM appoints 8 new governors including a Copt
Egypt’s new Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has appointed eight new governors including a Copt following numerous protests and public demands in a series of mass protests which began January 25.
Friday, April 15,2011 09:38
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Egypt’s new Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has appointed eight new governors including a Copt following numerous protests and public demands in a series of mass protests which began January 25.

The new governors include:

Abdul Qawy Khalifa for Cairo

Ali Abdel Rahman for Giza

Emad Michael for Qena

Hamad Abdul Maqsoud for Suez

Ibrahim Hamad for Assiut

Ashraf Hilal for Monofeya

Muhammad Abdul Qader for Sharqeya.

Related, the 6 October governorate has been integrated into Giza while Helwan will once again be under the authority of Cairo after they were formed in April 2008 by a in an attempt to ease the load placed on Cairo and Giza.

tags: Sharaf / Egypt / Protests / Egyptian Government / Essam Sharaf / Prime Minister / January 25 / Giza / Qena / Suez / Assiut / Monofeya / Sharqeya / 6 October Governorate / Helwan
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