Egypt’s politics digest on Sept. 3: EU Ambassador to Cairo: I learned from Egyptians, hopeful for country’s future
The European Union ambassador James Moran - YOUM7/Hisham Said

CAIRO: No more browse from site to another, here is Egypt’s politics digest for Sept.3: 



Outgoing EU Ambassador: I learned a lot from Egyptians, hopeful for country’s future

Ambassador of European Union to Cairo James Moran expressed his deep sadness as he will leave Egypt after his assignment period expired, he said in TV statements.

Moran added that he has spent a lovely time in Egypt and that he learned a lot from Egyptians over the past years, following the January 25 Revolution.

He said that Egypt and MENA region have suffered from difficult situations for the past five years, and that Egyptian people have big coming challenges; he noted that he is hopeful for the country’s future.


Parliament’s 1st period saw legislative achievements: professor

A political science professor at Cairo University Mohamed Kamal said that the first convention period of the parliament has witnessed legislative achievements but limited monitoring role on government’s performance, according to Youm7.


MP:Transport Ministry developed 170 railroad level crossings

Member of Parliament Hussein Khater reiterated official reports that blamed human error for fatal crashes on railways, adding that the Transport Ministry has developed more than 170 level crossings thus far.


Parliament to vote on Civil Servant law Tuesday

Parliament schedules a final voting session on the Civil Servant draft law on Tuesday, Youm7 reported.

Parliament Speaker Aly Abdel Aal called the session “historic” and will be attended by governmental representatives; he noted that members will celebrate the end of the convening period.

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