Egypt Press Review: June 8
By NOUR MOIHE EDDIN

Youm7

Youm7

The high state security criminal court referred the papers of the Muslim Brotherhood Mufti and other 9 Brotherhood leaders. The court announced it would issue its verdict July 5 in the case of Muslim Brotherhood guide Mohamed Badie and other 37 Brotherhood leaders.

Also:

  • A security alert in Cairo International Airport will secure the kings and presidents who will participate in celebrating Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s inauguration
  • The haram- 6 October metro will cost $1.2 billion and its construction is slated to begin in the beginning of 2015
  • The parliamentary elections are expected to take place mid-July

Al-Ahram

Al-Ahram

Amr Moussa held a Saturday meeting with the former head of the General Intelligence Agency Murad Mwafy and a number of heads of parties and public figures to coordinate the new alliance to run for the next parliamentary elections.

Also:

  • 25,000 officers and soldiers will secure Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s inauguration
  •  The government is to finish reclaiming 75,000 acres in Sharq al-Owaynat
  • Two new malaria cases in Aswan

Al-Akhbar

Al-Akhbar

Minister of Transport Ibrahim el-Demeiry announced that the World Bank agreed to finance the supertram project that will link Heliopolis and New Cairo passing by Nasr City by a 4 billion EGP easy loan.

Also:

  • Prosecution released Gamaet al-Jihad head in Beni Suef.
  •  New project to establish 25 silos by a 2.5 billion EGP to store 1.5 million tons of grain.
  • Minister of Solidarity decided to apply the service of delivering pensions to homes for senior citizens.

Al-Masry Al-Youm

Al-Masry Al-Youm

Khanka misdemeanor court canceled the 10-year prison sentence against Heliopolis Police Station vice-magistrate and the verdict against three officers in the police station in the case of causing 37 detainees to die in a police van.

Also:

  • Presidential palaces open their gates for the public for 200 EGP
  • The first stage of comprehensive health insurance for 2.5 million of the poor has started

 Al-Shorouq

Al-Shorouq

The American-African ministerial conference about energy that ended on Saturday in Addis Ababa represented a good chance for the Egyptian delegation to meet with foreign private sector companies to study establishing energy-related projects in Egypt Egypt’s Ambassador to Addis Ababa Mohamed Idris said.

Also:

  • The Ibrahim Mahlab government is resigning on Monday.
  • Correspondents Without Borders call on Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to guarantee press freedom
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