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President Morsi Appoints Ten New Provincial Governors Across Egypt
President Morsi Appoints Ten New Provincial Governors Across Egypt
Countering negative media reports claiming Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood is monopolizing power, the new Egyptian President’s latest phase of appointments is clearly based on merit, rather than political orientation.
Wednesday, September 5,2012 06:11

President Mohamed Morsi has appointed 10 new governors as a first step within the provincial reshuffle announced by Presidential spokesman Yasser Ali a few days ago.


The Egyptian President appointed Osama Kamal as Governor of Cairo, Dr. Yahya Abdel-Moneim Mukhaimar for Sohag governorate, Major General Mohamed Kamel for the Red Sea governorate, Sayed Abdel-Fattah Harhoor for North Sinai, Mohamed Esmat Husseini for Kafr El-Sheikh, and Mohamed Atta Abbas for Alexandria.

Furthermore, Dr. Mohamed Ali Bishr has been appointed governor of Menoufia, Major General Samir Badr Abdel-Ati Aglan for Suez, Mostafa Kamel Issa for Minya, and Dr. Yahya Kishk for the governorate of Assiut.
 
tags: Morsi / Media / Muslim Brotherhood / Yasser Ali

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