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Commander of Egypt's Central Security Forces sacked
Ibrahim sacks a top commander as angry police personnel continue strikes in a number of cities calling for the dismissal of the minister of Interior
Ahram Online, Friday 8 Mar 2013
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The Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim
The Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim (Photo: AO)

The Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim has sacked the commander of the Central Security Forces (CSF) General Maged Nouh on Friday, according to Egypt's official state news agency.



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Nora
09-03-2013 07:42am
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Good move.
Elements within the police force that are still loyal to Mubarak1 needs to be sacked.
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patkar
08-03-2013 08:51pm
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Nice try
the minister of interior blew his last fuse before to be burned out. Sad but : a real leader,man of honor and furthermore an officer should take and asume his responsabilities. TIME OUT- END OF THE GAME for him.
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Roslyn Ann
08-03-2013 05:34pm
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The wrong man!
Typical, most calls have been for the resignation of the Interior Minister, did anyone hear calls for the commander of the CSF to be sacked who does he get his orders from? It is usual in any democracy that the one at the top gets the 'boot'! Then his successor evaluates the performance of those under him.
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