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Egypt's new cabinet sworn in

This is Egypt's third cabinet since Morsi's ouster nearly a year ago and the first under new president El-Sisi

Ahram Online, Tuesday 17 Jun 2014
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New Cabinet sworn in (Photo: Al Ahram)
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The first cabinet under Egypt's new President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi was sworn in on Tuesday morning, headed by Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab.

The new government -- the third since the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July of last year -- retains 21 existing ministers, one of whom will hold a new portfolio, and introduces 13 new ones.

Headed by the president and the premier, the cabinet held its first meeting immediately after taking oath.
 

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Kamal Amin
18-06-2014 09:15pm
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Following the formation of the new Egyptian cabinet and some cabinet secretary enthusiasm and press release, I want to recommend some action items: 1- Implement performance evaluation at least once a year for all Egyptians working for the government. This performance review should include recommendations for future improvements/ projects/ individuals and teams. Road maps of what to be done in specifics. 2- Some ministries/ cabinets have been useless/ unneeded in the past so a careful evaluation of the mission and jobs in those ministries must be conducted. Examples include ministries of tourism, culture, labor, awareness (Eelam), Awqaf, etc. I will be talking about priority projects and needed action plans soon. You can read some of my writings on face book.
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Khan
17-06-2014 06:11pm
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Bigest joke
EGYPY becom a very big joke all over the world .no one intreset in Egypt politic .because thousand peoples murdere come by force .
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riclura
17-06-2014 05:32pm
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just like ancient Egypt
Adoration to Egypt
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ayman
17-06-2014 12:31pm
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Good luck.
Let's keep in mind that this government is temporary as well. After parliamentary elections, there might be, actually most probably, more changes. I see improvements with each change though, this time they are finally removing the ministry of information.
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frishibly
17-06-2014 11:56am
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welcom
three year Cycle Completed.. welcome new mubarak regime...
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Ramy, Giza
17-06-2014 01:32pm
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Nooo worse
Who told you that regime is like mubarak's regime? It's much worse. You can compare it with Kim Yong's military dictatorship.
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