7am News Wrapup May 26
By The Cairo Post

News & Politics:

The High Presidential Election Commission (HPEC) dismissed a complaint against presidential candidate Abdel Fatah al-Sisi for distributing free energy-saving light bulbs.

The Ministry of Interior will provide wheelchairs to serve the elderly and persons with special needs during presidential elections.

EIPR, Nadeem, Amnesty condemned the “arbitrary detention” of people who have been tortured by authorities charged of violent political crimes.

The Federation of Arab Journalists (FAJ) annual report released Sunday said that the conditions of journalists in the Arab world are improving.

Business:

The United Arab Emirates Company Al Ghurair Group is planning to establish a large factory for beet sugar production in the Minya governorate.

The platforms and statements of both presidential candidates did not address the role of Egypt’s stock market during the coming period.

A protocol between the Ministry of Tourism and the VISA credit card company was signed last week with the intent of reviving tourism.

In-Depth:

The presidential campaign of Sisi’s campaign dwarfed his presidential candidate rival Hamdeen Sabbahi in overall campaign spending.

The Egyptian transportation system faced several disasters during the recent decades.

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