Egypt’s press review June 29: Parliament develops draft law to criminalize exam leak
Education Minister Al Helaly al Sherbiny
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 Youm7

Youm7 front page 29 June, 2016

Youm7 front page 29 June, 2016

  • Egypt’s parliament to draft law that imposes prison sentences for leaking exams
  • Army kills 25 suspected militants in military raid in North Sinai
  • No increase in air conditioned train tickets during Eid Al Fitr: cabinet
  • Pope Tawadros congratulates Al Azhar Imam on Eid al Fitr
  • Court releases 8 defendants in Al Karm village case
  • Egypt’s Int’l cooperation minister chosen deputy head of EBRD board of governors

 

Parlamany

  • Parliament to discuss amendments to Press Law on Wed.
  • Member of Parliament’s Health Committee calls for forming authority to administer fundraising campaigns
  • ‘Sovereign body’ will print question papers of rescheduled Thanawya Amma leaked exams: PM
  • 95 PMs call for probe into ‘porno footage’ incident of fellow lawmaker Osama Sharshar 

 

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Thanawya Amma students protest demanding Education minister dismissal over exam leak

Ultras Ahlaway gathering in Ramses Square ahead of Ahly clash with ASEC Mimosas

 

Al Ahram

Al Ahram front page 29 June, 2016

Al Ahram front page 29 June, 2016

  • Court sets July 28 verdict date for trial of Egypt’s top auditor
  • Hot, humid weather prevails on Wed., Cairo sees 38
  • Thomas Cook extends ban on flights to Sharm el-Sheikh
  • Parliament approves 2016-17 general budget
  • Heads of judicial authorities swear in before President Abdel Fatah al Sisi
  • MPs calls for dismissal of Education Minister over Thanawya Amma exams leak

 

Al Akhbar

Al Akhbar front page 29 June, 2016

Al Akhbar front page 29 June, 2016

  • Egypt’s imports decrease by 4.5 b EGP in past 3 months
  • ON TV channel terminates contracts of anchors Gaber al Karmooty, Lilian Dawood
  • Egypt national railways to operate extra 15 air conditioned train during Eid al Fitr holiday
  • Egypt security forces arrest murderer of Yemeni student Mona Moftah: embassy
  • Government retrieves state lands worth 7 billion EGP
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