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Are Sisi’s state assets law amendments well-intentioned?

Egyptian Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala al-Saeed met Jan. 7 with Sameh Shenouda, CEO of Zarou, a wholly-owned unit by US private equity firm Blackstone, to discuss investment opportunities with Egypt’s sovereign wealth fund.

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Egypt’s House of Representatives approves draft law cancelling conditional half-term release

The House of Representatives’ Legislative and Constitutional Affairs Committee on Sunday approved the government’s draft law to cancel the conditional half-term release in mass gatherings, drugs, money laundering and terrorism cases.

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Egypt reinstates Information Ministry in Cabinet reshuffle

Egypt’s parliament approved Dec. 22 a Cabinet reshuffle, whereby it was decided to reinstate the country’s Ministry of Information that had been abolished in 2014 as per the 2014 constitution, which considered the ministry to be part of the state’s control over the media under then-President Hosni Mubarak.

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Ten new ministers, 11 deputies to ministries, take oath in front of Sisi: Parliament Speaker

Ten new ministers and 11 deputies to the ministers took oath on Sunday in front of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi following the approval by the House of Representatives on the cabinet reshuffle, according to the speaker of House of Representatives Ali Abdel Aal on Saturday.

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