CAIRO: The resigned Cabinet of Hazem al-Beblawy has inherited accumulating corruption from the past two regimes, said Presidential Advisor for Women’s Affairs, Sekina Fouad on Monday.
“The scene now in Egypt is very dangerous due to the crises surrounding us,” Fouad said in a phone call with Al Tahrir TV channel.
Fouad noted that the failure of Beblawy’s government was due to a lack of transparency. She said the new government will use Egyptian expertise to achieve justice.
Furthermore, she said, “I trust Ibrahim Mahlab’s ability in assuming rule over the new government, as well as his ability to solve all problems facing the state, because he is a good listener and he will combat corruption in town councils.”
Interim President Adly Mansour accepted the resignation of Beblawy’s government, which was submitted in a press conference earlier Monday.
Originally published in Youm7.