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Egypt's president Morsi to speak on daily radio programme throughout Ramadan
Egypt's first elected president, Mohamed Morsi, is to address citizens' questions and concerns on a daily radio programme throughout Ramadan
Ahram Online, Friday 20 Jul 2012
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President Mohamed Morsi (Photo:Reuters)

In a new daily radio programme, Egypt's newly-elected President Mohamed Morsi will answer citizens' questions on their concerns over the various social and economic problems facing the country.

The programme, called The People Ask and the President Answers, is pre-recorded. The director, Magdy Soliman, reveals to Shorouk newspaper that ten series have already been recorded. The issues the president discusses have been sent to the presidential office for pre-inspection.

The programme will be aired on Radio Masr 88.7 daily throughout the month of Ramadan following sunset prayers and will be repeated again the following morning. The channel is already promoting the programme on air.

The president's official Facebook page will also post videos of the interviews, since they have also been recorded on camera.





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A woman
21-07-2012 10:17am
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Wasted time...
Wasted time and just propaganda. Which problems you want to solve at the radio? But if he wants to answer questions - well, here is the first one: Why until now no new Prime Minister, Vice Presidents or any other minister has been announced? 3 times now we heard (also in this medium), tomorrow the Prime Minister will be announced, before the President travels to Saudi Arabia he will be announced and a lot promises more like this and so on - and what happened? Nothing! The President is already sworn in now for 3 weeks. Doesn't we have the right to see slowly by slowly or finally where this Egyptian ship is going to sail to???
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Md. Eunus Miah
20-07-2012 01:45pm
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Bravo
Thank u very much. Go ahead. Morsi will proove. The constitution of Quran always for good.
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