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Cairo's University's teaching staff face tough elections ahead.
Cairo's University's teaching staff face tough elections ahead.
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The Committee for the "Cairo's University's teaching Staff" announced the names that are to be submitted on their nomination list for elections which are scheduled to take place December, 30.
Saturday, December 19,2009 20:19
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The Committee for the "Cairo's University's teaching Staff" announced the names that are to be submitted on their nomination list for elections which are scheduled to take place December, 30.

 

Professors from the Muslim Brotherhood movement asserted that their collaboration with other Professors from different political trends on the same list demonstrates their intentions of serving all members of the teaching staff regardless of ideologies followed.

 

The list comprised of 6 Professors, 3 of which are from the Brotherhood movement include:

 

Dr Adel Abdul Gawad

 

Dr Nasr Radwan

 

Dr Omayma Kamel

 

Dr Mohsen Mady

 

Dr Ayman Higazi

 

Dr Mustafa Abdul Maaboud

 

 

It is expected that victory will be tough for the nominees, where opposition plans to put up a fight. Moreover, the university's administration and security has demonstrated obstinate procedures practiced with regards to the upcoming elections.


tags: Teaching Staff / Elections / Opposition / Political Trends
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