Egypt Press Review Sept. 6
Egyptian newspapers
By AMIRA EL-FEKKI

Youm7-300x150

Youm7

Banks expect buyers to invest 10 million EGP in investment certificates in the Suez Canal Project.

Also:

  • Min. of Electricity to investigate employees’ political affiliations following power crisis amid suspicions of sabotage
  • Min. of Endowment to apply jails sentences and fines for inciting speeches in mosques.
  • U.S. Congress admits: Egypt defeated terrorism
  • Ahmed Zuwail returns and plans to visit Suez Canal

Al-Shorouq

Al-Shorouq

Power outage investigation details to be announced Tuesday.

  • Egypt receives Sunday 50,000 doses of Sovaldi for Hepatitis C
  • Government declares high turnout for Suez Canal deposit certificates
  • Head of Metro Company: 75 million EGP for new machinery replacement

Al-Ahram

 

Al-Ahram

Ibrahim Mahlab assures electricity shortage is over after the repair of the main power plant, declares no criminal involvement in crisis.

  • Sameh Shoukry returns from Ethiopia with optimism about Renaissance Dam
  • Suez Canal expansion project enters second phase
  • Ministers Cabinet initially agrees to pass a law aimed at prioritizing local products in national trade deals
  • Min. of Antiquities: national project to restore and develop Suez Canal antiquities’ zones over ten years

Al-Masry Al-Youm

Al-Masry Al-Youm

An engineer’s mistake was behind Thursday’s near-blackout due to a power surge that overloaded power plants from Nubariya to Cairo.

  • Min. of Interior conducts investigations into alleged incident of police officer torturing conscript
  • Citizens of South Red Sea demonstrate against borders’ redrawing of their governorate
  • Egyptian delegation in Ramallah following up on cease-fire agreement implementation
  • National Council for Human Rights demands release of detainees pending investigations
Recommend to friends

Leave a comment