Egyptian cabinet resigns

February 2014
African Business News;2/25/2014, p4
The article reports that cabinet of Egypt has resigned. It states that government of prime minister Hazem El Beblawi was criticized for labor unrest and inability to improve the economy. It mentions that Egyptian President Adly Mansour has accepted the resignation and appreciated El Beblawi for taking responsibility.


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