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Egyptian cabinet announces governors reshuffle


09:36, August 05, 2011

Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Sharaf announced governors reshuffle on Thursday, official MENA news agency reported.

The governors reshuffle, as a response to rising demands in many governorates, includes 11 new governors, while one governor is shifted to another governorate.

The shift named Maher Bebers as Bani Sweif governor, Adel Labib as Kena governor, Salah el-Meaddawi as Dakahlia governor, Osama el- Foli as Alexandria governor, Mohamed el-Mahalawi as Behera governor, Serag el-Roubi as Elmenia governor, and Azzazi Ali as Sharkeya Governor.

Meanwhile, Counselor Tarek el-Mahdi is chosen as el-Wadi el- Gedeed governor, while Counselor Sayed el-Boraai as Assiout governor. Ahmed Ali Ahmed is chosen as el-Fayoum governor, and embassador Ezzat Mohamed Saad as Luxor governor.

Counselor Mohamed Abd-Elkader was shift from governor of El- Sharkeia to the governor of El-gharbeia.


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