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Abul-Naga: I won't serve in PM Qandil's government

International Cooperation Minister Fayza Abul-Naga says she won't accept position in PM Hisham Qandil's government, which is expected to be announced next week

Ahram Online, Thursday 26 Jul 2012
Fayza Aboulnaga
File photo: Egypt's first Islamist President Mohamed Mursi (R) meets with Waleed Al-Wahaib, CEO of the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC), and Egypt's Minister of International Cooperation Fayza Aboulnaga (L) at the presidential palace in Cairo July 2, 2012. (Photo: AP)
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Fayza Abul-Naga, Egypt's long-time minister of international cooperation, would not accept a position in the cabinet of Prime Minister Hisham Qandil, she said Thursday.  

The Muslim Brotherhood would select the new minister to replace her, a Freedom and Justice Party official told Ahram Online.

The final list of new ministers is expected to be completed on Friday at a meeting between PM Qandil and President Morsi.

An official announcement on the composition of the cabinet is expected next week.

Abul-Naga was international cooperation minister for 11 years during the Mubarak era and continued in the position under former prime minister Kamal El-Ganzouri.

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lili novak
29-07-2012 07:28am
fayza mohamed abu naga
Who cares! Egypt has many intelligent ,serious and smart candidates!Who needs a corrupt ,Zionist ,Mubarak's servant???
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