Egypt press review Sep.5: Prosecution reviews reports against ex-supply minister; his replacement to be assigned soon
Egyptian newspapers

Youm7:

 

* Prosecution starts chasing Khaled Hanafy (Ex-Supply minister)

 

* 64 requests to build and legalize churches across governorates after law approval.

 

* Health Ministry vehicles distribute infant formula downtown

 

* Public Funds Authority requests info. about police reports filed against ex-minister of supply…Illicit Gain Authority listens to MP Mostafa Bakry testimonies.

 

* European police trained to track Brotherhoods electronically

 

* Sisi met with world leaders during G-20 summit

 

* Al-Qaradawi’s plan to incite Saudi sheikhs against Azhar and Egypt

 

* High prices of back to school supplies.

 

 

Parlmany:

 

* Disaster… fire extinguishers threaten 6282 archeological manuscripts in Sayed Zayneb Mosque.

 

* MP calls on mosques to advise people to give birth to two children only to curb overpopulation.

* MP: Egypt’s participation in G-20 is an acknowledgment that our economy is in impressive growth.

 

 

 

 

Innfrad:

 

* 108 poisoned of contaminated water in Delta’s Sharqia governorate.

 

* MP Mostafa Bakry: gov’t chosen new supply minister with military background

 

* Parliament speaker meets a delegation of French Senate.

 

 

Al-Ahram:

 

* 23 flights carrying pilgrims to head to Saudi Arabia Monday

 

* International Cooperation Minister, Tunisian trade Minister discuss bilateral relations and ways to open new economic channels.

 

* Sisi presents developing countries issues at G-20, meets Lagard and ensures protection of low-income citizens on the gov’t radar.

 

Akhbar al-Youm7:

 

 

* Jordanian King receives Pope Tawadros II

* Egyptian Basketball junior team loses to Mali

* Policeman detained after injuring a wanted person

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