Egypt press review Aug. 31: Parliament approves Churches building law

Youm7:

 

* Egyptian Economic expert Essam el-Erian: IMF loan deal boosts investment.

 

* New petroleum well discovered in western desert.

 

* Egypt’s Sisi, Sudan’s Bashir in trilateral summit with Ethiopia around Renaissance Dam.

 

* CIA documents reveals nuclear threat between Washington and Mosco during October war.

 

* Sadat show in Parliament; MP Mohamed Anwar resigns from Human Rights sub-committee hours before end of convention.

 

Parlmany:

 

* MPs sign a petition to return VAT act to discussion table.

 

* Parliament celebrates passing churches building law by national unity cheers

 

* Parliament close to finalize discussion of Civil Servant act.

 

Innfrad:

 

* Italian authorities rescue a cat trapped under rubble for 6 days.

 

* Egypt- Eurasia Union to establish free trade zone by end of 2016.

 

* Civil Protection Forces put out fire broke out in a a sponge workshop in Maadi.

 

Al-Ahram:

 

* Sisi orders intensify monitoring on prices and quality of food and medicines.

 

* Additional amounts of sugar pumped into local markets to meet consumers’ needs.

 

* Police man investigated over manslaughter of a driver while dispersing a fight in Basateen district, south Cairo.

 

 Akhbar Al-Youm:

 

* Parliament agrees on amendments to law regulating entrance and residence of foreigners in Egypt.

 

* Parliament approves Churches Building law.

 

* Gov’t provides 1,000 heads of cattle each day during Eid al-Adha.

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