7am News Wrapup June 27
By THE CAIRO POST

News:

The Muslim Brotherhood is “the happiest faction” with the decree that all universities heads and deans will be appointed by the president rather than elected, prominent activist and member of the executive office of the Current of National Partnership Shady Ghazaly Harb told Youm7 Thursday.

Two people were killed Friday in Upper Egypt’s governorate of Aswan following clashes erupted between members of the Arab clan of Beni Helal family and the Daboud Nubian tribe, Youm7 reported.

Politics:

Judge Saeed Youssef, head of the Minya Criminal Court, adjourned five trials of 67 Muslim Brotherhood members and supporters to sessions in August and October to issue verdicts or hear witnesses, Youm7 reported.

Business:

Chairman of the Holding Company for Water and Wastewater (HCWW), Mamdouh Raslan said Thursday that water bills are to be “strictly” collected from every citizen to reduce the gap between expenditure and income, Youm7 reported.

Editor’s pick:

Political parties announced preparations for the celebrations of the June 30 Demonstrations first anniversary that led to the ousting of former President Mohamed Morsi, according to several media sources Thursday.

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