Egypt Press Review: June 14

Youm7 press


Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab will submit the final formation of the new Cabinet to President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi Saturday.

President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi lead a 20-kilometer bike marathon that began at the Military College in Heliopolis to Ismailia Desert Road and demanded Egyptians to ride bikes to work or school to save money and energy consumption.

First Lady Intisar Amer visited Friday the woman who was sexually assaulted by a mob of men in Tahrir Square, after President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi had visited her Wednesday.

The Ministries of Supply and Agriculture plan to provide 125 governmental outlets throughout Egypt and decided to lower the prices of certain goods by 25 percent during Ramadan in all consumers’ cooperative supermarkets.

Al-Ahram press


The Salafist Nour Party called for social dialogue to discuss the parliamentary elections law to reach social and political harmony in response to the criticism.

The Political and Civilian Committee affiliated with the National Council of Human Rights (NCHR) met a number of revolution martyrs’ families and those injured to discuss providing the families with the care and attention they deserve.

Tourist and Antiquities Police retrieved 9,000 stolen ancient Egyptian artifacts and 13 mummies of ancient Pharaohs Kings.

Akhbar press


Foreign Ministry spokesperson Badr Abdel Atty said the ministry will receive a detailed report regarding the recent sparking clashes between the Jihadists of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and the Iraqi military forces from Assistant Minister for Arab Affairs Naser Kamel after his visit to Iraq Thursday.

Arab Contractors Company said they contracted with the Ethiopian government to establish a number of roads at the cost of $110 million.

Al-Masry Al-Youm press

Al-Masry Al-Youm

President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi will visit Saudi Arabia this week, after the expected swearing-in of the new Cabinet Monday, to express appreciation for the kingdom’s support to Egypt.

The investigations of the Supreme State Security Prosecution revealed that there are three police officers involved in the terrorist attacks on security checkpoints conducted by the militants of Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis.

U.S. Department of State spokesperson expressed the ministry’s dissatisfaction during a press conference, over the harsh prison sentences for 25 activists including Alaa Abdel Fatah over charges of violating the protest law.

Al-Shorouq press


Minister of Interior Ibrahim Mahlab said that the ministry will impose new intensive security procedures during the coming period to control the mounting phenomenon of sexual harassment in streets.

A small numbers of pro-Muslim Brotherhood supporters protested Friday in different governorates after the Brotherhood’s National Alliance to Support Legitimacy (NASL) issued a statement. They had called for protests on the first Friday after Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s presidential inauguration.

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