CAIRO: The Nour Party presented a study to Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab on Wednesday regarding the development of the Dabaa nuclear project, said party head Younis Makhioun in a press statement on Wednesday.
Makhioun said he met the prime minister in his office to discuss the current political situation and the possibility of cooperation between the party and different ministries as well.
Mahlab is more cooperative than the former Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawy, who excluded many political parties from the political scene, Makhioun added in an interview on the CBC satellite channel on Wednesday.
Beblawy had not invited the Nour Party to attend government discussions about amending the protest law, inviting only the National Salvation Front, Makhioun said.
Makhioun said the new government wants to eliminate administrative corruption in executive authorities, adding that Mahlab has asked for the party’s help in uncovering corruption cases.
He said the party has many branch offices across Egypt that can help the government in determining the people’s demands and problems, adding that the health commission of the party has cooperated with the Beheira governor to solve health problems in the governorate.
Makhioun also asked that political parties and movements set aside political conflicts and make an effort to form economic programs that help solve the economic crisis.
All ministries and authorities were corrupted during former President Hosni Mubarak’s regime, Makhioun said, adding that the current government should begin to relieve the effects of years of corruption.