Press review July 24
By AMIRA EL-FEKKI

Youm7 press

Youm7

  • On the occasion of July 23 commemoration: Sisi announces a “surprise” to the people in the coming days. Sisi assures it was necessary to reduce government subsidies, confirming efforts of market regulation in process.
  • UN Human Rights Council accuses Israel of committing war crimes in Gaza.
  • Emergency declared in hospitals and 2,500 ambulances across Egypt during Eid el-Fitr: Minister of Health.
  • Sabbahi: I am not the leader of the Democratic Alliance and I will not compete in parliamentary elections.

Al-Ahram press Al-Ahram

  • Sisi’s speech: Competence is the sole basis for appointment of governors, officials and presidential team members.
  • Sisi: 100,000 Egyptians died for the Palestinian cause and we will not tolerate criticism on our current stance.
  • Mahlab visits Toshka to boost large national projects.
  • A delegation of political figures visits Morocco and meets with King Mohammed IV to support mutual relations.

Akhbar pressAl-Akhbar

  • Political parties refuse presence of Muslim Brotherhood and former MPs in next parliament.
  • Defendants in Aswan tribal clashes to be trialed in Qena instead of Aswan for security reasons.
  • Libya military spokesperson: Attackers of Farafra checkpoint incident trained in Libya and supported by Muslim Brotherhood.

Al-Masry Al-Youm pressAl-Masry Al-Youm

  • Celebrations of July 23 turn into quarrels between pro-Sabbahi and pro-Sisi supporters.
  • Astronomy Institute denies news predicting upcoming disastrous earthquake on Egypt.
  • Nour Party fails to conclude on party candidates to run for parliamentary elections.

Al-Shorouq pressAl-Shorouq

  • Sisi: The poor have no freedom because they remain subject to their poverty.
  • Minister of Supply: no official orders to raise prices on gas cylinders.
  • Sabbahi: I do not seek the establishment of an “opposition party” in the upcoming parliament.
  • Pharmacists’ Syndicate: Aid convoy of nearly five tons of medical supplies to Gaza Strip on Thursday
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