Aug 09, 2016

Egypt’s Foreign Ministry Slams The Economist for ‘Biased’ Article on ‘Ruining of Egypt’ | Egyptian Streets

Egypt’s foreign ministry spokesman slammed an article published recently in The Economist, calling it “reductionist,” “biased” and based on “politically motivated terms.” In a response published on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ blog on Monday, spokesman Ahmed Abou Zeid criticized the magazine’s statement that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi rose to power through a coup. This…

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