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Egypt's President Morsi to be interviewed Sunday
President Mohamed Morsi will be interviewed Sunday and plans to answer questions in 'full transparency and clarity' says Egypt's presidency statement
Ahram Online, Saturday 23 Feb 2013
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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is to be interviewed on Sunday by renowned Mehwar TV presenter Amr El-Leithy, according to a statement released on the presidency's online media outlets.

It is not clear, however, if the interview will be aired live.  

The interview will tackle "internal and external challenges Egypt faces" as well as "the presidency's economic, political and social vision," according to the statement.

The president will answer all frequently asked questions in full transparency and clarity, the statement adds.

President Morsi and the Cabinet led by the incumbent Hisham Qandil are both under fire mainly for increasing political tensions and economic woes.

The president also faces many criticisms for a widespread notion that Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, the group he hails from, is the actual ruling body and not the presidency.

Morsi was inaugurated as Egypt's first civilian president last year after narrowly beating off competition from run-off contender Ahmed Shafiq. He has been in power for eight months.





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Ahmed Bahlawi
24-02-2013 09:21am
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highly unobjective report
Tensentious and opinionated articles. "He is under fire for increasing twension" This is your opinion, there those who say that it is the opposition that is increasing tension in the country be rejecting democracy and insisting on street violence.
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Ghulam Sarwar
23-02-2013 09:38pm
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Proceed with Love
Morsi has to be very careful and gentle with his own people and the rest of the world. Muslim Brotherhood need not mislead Mr. Morsi into wrong alleys. Mr. Morsi has the Quran and Sunnah for his guidance. We have seen the revolution in Iran and the one in Afghanistan gone down the drain. that was because they did not have the correct leadership. Their leadership was not spiritual. It was all politically motivated leadership. Mr. Morsi should open his heart for the welfare of his own people of all denominations, and for peace in the whole world. He should not tread the path of confrontation in Egypt or the rest of the world, specially he should seek good relations with neighbors. That is if he is to survive. Mr. Morsi has more to do with the Brotherhood and Palestinian leadership. Will they listen to him? Will they obey him? Or they will lead Mr. Morsi on wrong tracks. There are good examples in the life of the prophet s.a.w.s. giving residence to the Christians of Najran in his own
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