Corruption In Egypt

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US Dep. of Commerce warns of Egypt corruption

The United States Commerce Department warned American companies and businessmen who are interested in investing in Egypt from the spread of corruption within the Egyptian government, especially in the levels

Report: Around 3.5 million out of 6 million corrupt employees

A recent report by the Land Center for Human Rights (LCHR) revealed that approximately 3.5 out of the 6 million government employees were prone to corruption. However, the report did

Appeal of Dr. Osama Nasr rejected

The Misdemeanor Court chaired by Chancellor Mohamed El-Toni decided to reject the appeal submitted by the defense team against the decision to arrest Dr. Osama Nasr, of the MB Guidance

Ruling Party nixes MB corruption inquisition

The majority from the ruling National Democratic Party in the People's Assembly voted yesterday against discussing three interpellations submitted by the Muslim Brotherhood bloc which accused the government of corruption

Survey of worlds worst dictators.

A recent survey which was posted on the website Egyptian Chronicle revealed that President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak has been ranked the 20th worst dictator in the world as opposed to

Flax protest prompts fistfight in parliament.

Employees of the Tanta Flax and Oils Company staged protests in front of the Egyptian Parliament building in downtown Cairo Monday.

ElBaradei: Egypt at bottom of international community

Egypt’s Nobel peace-prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei has described his country as being “at the bottom of the international community” and has publicly called on President Hosni Mubarak to ease curbs

Egyptian human rights leaders meet Obama

American President Barack Obama last Thursday met with a delegation of Egyptian participants at the “Summit on Human Rights” in the White House.

UN: Egyptians sell organs to pay off debts

The United Nation’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs reported that hundreds and possibly thousands of poor Egyptians are selling their organs, mainly kidneys and liver, each year to

Prosecutor orders elimination of Russian wheat in Daqahlia

The Prosecutor General’s office in Daqahalia governorate announced on Saturday its decision to eliminate parts of a Russian wheat shipment which was stored by the Central Administration for Seed Certification.