Egypt Press Review: July 12

Youm7 press


Minister of Defense Sekdi Sobhi ordered to send 500 tons of food commodities and medical equipment for Gaza following instructions by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.


  • 7 assistants of Minister of Interior are ending their service after reaching pension age in a few days
  • Generating capacity will increase by 1300 megawatts in el-Sokhna electricity station in August

Al-Ahram press


Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab will visit to Luxor and Qena Saturday accompanied by seven ministers including ministers of electricity, health and environment.


  • Egypt condemns the Israeli assault on Gaza
  • The government starts to reclaim 4 million feddans
  • There are no foreign employees in Suez Canal: Head of the Suez Canal Authority Mohab Mameesh

 Akhbar press


Free Egyptians Party demand members who were tasked with attending alliance meetings to announce their that their presence is in a personal capacity, after the party announced it will run for parliamentary elections alone.


  •  The British government intends to cancel the travel warning to Egypt
  •  3 conditions for importing natural gas from Israel: Minister of Petroleum

Al-Masry Al-Youm press

Al-Masry Al-Youm

Sources in the Nour Party told Al-Masry Al-Youm that a number of the party’s supreme council threatened to leave the partyand run independently for parliamentary elections after the party head council refused their candidacy within the party.


  • Egypt loses the battle of Sekhemka statue after it was sold for £14 million
  • We are waiting for the release of those not involved in clashes: leaders of Daboud and Bani Helal tribes

Al-Shorouq press


  • 5 Muslim Brotherhood members imprisoned for 15 days pending investigations in the case of the “military wing”
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