President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday met with the newly-appointed governors and their deputies, after they were sworn in, in his presence - Press photo President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday met with the newly-appointed governors and their deputies, after they were sworn in, in his presence - Press photo

Sisi urges new governors to continuously communicate with citizens

Wed, Nov. 27, 2019
CAIRO – 27 November 2019: President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday met with the newly-appointed governors and their deputies, after they were sworn in, in his presence.

The meeting included also Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly and Minister of Local Development Mahmoud Shaarawi, according to presidential spokesman Bassam Radi.



President Sisi expressed his wishes for the new officials to succeed in performing their official duties, stressing that Egypt needs much dedication and collective work to continue development and construction.

He urged the officials to enjoy positive energy, perseverance and stressed the need for them to be capable of achieving accomplishments for the benefit of citizens.

Sisi instructed the governors and their deputies to exert maximum efforts to serve the citizens and meet their needs. He also urged them to exploit unique advantages of each of the governorates and maximize these resources.

He affirmed the need that the new officials continuously communicate with their citizens to know about the challenges facing them and find untraditional solutions to these problems.

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Sixteen newly appointed governors, and thirteen deputies sworn in on Wednesday morning at al-Ittihadiya Presidential Palace, sources told Egypt Today.

The sources revealed that the newly appointed governors and deputies have different political backgrounds, among them prominent youths from opposition parties.


The newly appointed governors are as follows:

• Abdel Hameed Abdel Aziz for Al Qalyubia.
• Gamal Nour al Dien for Kafr El Sheikh.
• Essan Saad for Asyut.
• Ahmed Abdullah al Ansari for Faiyum.
• Tarek Rahmy for Gharbia.
• Tarek al Feky for Souhag.
• Mohamed al Shreif for Alexandria.
• Khaled Shoueb for Marsa Matruh.
• Ashraf al Dardiry for Qena.
• Shrief Fahmy for Ismailia.
• Ashraf Atia for Aswan.
• Amr Hanafy for Red Sea.
• Ibrahim al Shahawy for Menofia.
• Mohamed Hani Gamal for Beni Suef.
• Osama al Kady for Minya.
• Ayman Mokhtar for Dakahlia.


As for deputies:
• Jacqueline Azer Abdel Halim for Alexandria.
• Mohamed Mohamed Hammad for Al Qalyubia.
• Ahmed Shaaban Ahmed for Aswan.
• Hend Mohamed Ahmed for Giza.
• Ahmed Mahmoud Abdelmoati for Ash Sharqia.
• Inas Samir Mohamed for South Siani
• Ahmed Samy Adli for Qena.
• Amr Magdy Mostafa for Kafr El Sheikh.
• Ibrahim Al-Shehaby, CPYP member for Giza.
• Mohamed Mosa, CPYP member for Menoufia
• Bilal Habash, CPYP member for Beni Suef
• Hazem Omar, CPYP member for Qena
• Haitham Al-Sheikh, CPYP member for Dakahlia
 
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