CAIRO: A total of 47 employees at the Education Directorate in Giza have been relocated due to their alleged Muslim Brotherhood affiliation, an official source at the directorate told Youm7 Thursday.
They include 32 teachers, four supervisors, five school directors, two undersecretaries, two directors of education directories and two finance employees.
In December 2013, the Egyptian government had officially declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group, criminalizing all its activities, its financing and even membership to the group.
The news positions for the 47 employees will not include making important decisions or contact with students so “they do not instill terrorist ideas into the students’ minds,” the source said.
Hundreds of employees at several authorities and ministries, such as the Ministry of Electricity, have been moved or sacked because of their affiliations to the banned group.