Egypt press review Oct.5: Supply Minister to be questioned by parliament over prices hike
Egyptian newspapers

Youm7:

 

* The fall of senior Muslim Brotherhood leader in shootout.

 

* Youm7 joins initiative “People order” aiming to reduce goods’ prices by 20%.

 

* Parliament to investigate MP Agina, passes Civil Servant Law

 

* Sisi discusses internal security situation in Libya, Yemen and Syria during Supreme Council for Armed Forces meeting.

 

* Sisi lays wreath at the tombs of the Unknown Soldier, late Presidents Gamal Abdel Nasser and Anwar el-Sadat.

 

* Luxor Airport receives direct flights from Britain, Germany and Japan.

 

 

Parlmany:

 

* Parliament begins Tuesday session by moment of silence for Rosetta boat victims.

 

* Economic committee at parliament to ask Supply Minister Wednesday over prices hike.

 

* MP Khaled Shaaban criticizes Parliament’s expected ceremony marking 150 yrs of convening: “how come we demand austerity and consume public money in celebrations?”

 

 

Al-Ahram:

 

* Health Ministry celebrate end of waiting lists of Hep C patients

 

* Owner of rehydration serums factory imprisoned over death of 7 children.

 

* New Furniture city in Damietta to be inaugurated within a year.

 

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