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Wednesday, 31 August 2022

Administrative Prosecution Authority + Administrative Control Authority get new heads

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi has appointed Adly Abdel Fattah Gad as the new head of the Administrative Prosecution Authority, succeeding Ezzat Abu Zeid Sallam, effective 1 September, Youm7 reports.

El Sisi also appointed Amr Adel Ali Hosny as the new head of the Administrative Control Authority, succeeding Hassan Abdel Shafy, who was appointed as a presidential advisor, according to two separate Ittihadiya statements (here and here). Hosny had previously served as the deputy chairman of the authority.

Dina Abdel Monem (LinkedIn) has been appointed chairwoman of military firm Shubra Engineering Industries Company, according to a ministry statement. Abdel Moneim most recently served as a deputy at the ministry.

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