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El-Sisi accepts resignation of Mansour advisers

Advisers to former interim president Adly Mansour resign from their positions

Ahram Online , Tuesday 10 Jun 2014
President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi
President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi (L) meets Adly Mansour in Cairo June 8, 2014 in this handout provided by The Egyptian Presidency (Photo: Reuters)
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Advisers to former interim president Adly Mansour have had their resignations accepted by President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, state television reported.

They are: Judge Ali Awad, presidential adviser for legal affairs; Sakina Fouad, presidential adviser for women’s affairs; Mohamed Rafaat Shehata, presidential adviser for security affairs; Essam Heggy, presidential adviser for scientific affairs; Mostafa Hegazy, presidential adviser for political affairs and Ahmed El-Moslamany, presidential adviser for media affairs. 

Ambassador Ehab Badawy, the official spokesperson for the presidency, has not resigned. 

Badawy issued a statement expressing the presidency's gratitude to the advisers for their work during the transitional period.

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