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Egypt's Mansour awards former PM El-Beblawi medal

President Adly Mansour honoured Hazem El-Beblawi for his efforts as prime minister

Ahram Online, Monday 10 Mar 2014
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El-Beblawi receiving an honoray medal from Egypt`s Interim President Adly Mansour (Photo:Al-Ahram)
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Interim President Adly Mansour on Monday presented former prime minister Hazem El-Beblawi with a medal to honour his efforts.

El-Beblawi met with Mansour at the Ittihadiya presidential palace on Monday to receive the medal, Al-Ahram Arabic website reported.

El-Beblawi had announced in February that he and his cabinet were resigning.  

Following a 15-minute meeting with the cabinet, El-Beblawi said that "reform cannot take place through the government alone," adding that all Egyptians should strive to achieve the change they aspire to. 

A prominent economist and politician, El-Beblawi was named prime minister last July following the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi and his prime minister Hisham Qandil after mass protests.

He was replaced by Ibrahim Mahlab, who had been housing minister in El-Beblawi's cabinet.

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Ahmed M Ibrahim
11-03-2014 10:58am
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Mr.Biblawi
Mr.Hazem Abdel Aziz el Biblawi served Egypt as Prime Minister at a very crucial stage in its modern history. He was not young or vociferous but served with dignity and distinction. He deserves all praise and thanks.
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11-03-2014 06:35am
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Rewarding incompetence!
Blunder!! Misplaced recognition!!! Turning blind eye to negligence and incompetence!! His minimum wage decision will cause unprecedented damage to Egypt's economy for decades to come!!
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