Al-ahram Sisi in Austria Sunday to discuss bilateral economic relations Pope Tawadros II mourns Minya incident victims Egypt: Public service offices can now be rated Egyptians can now evaluate the quality of the civil services provided to them by the government. The website Rate Your Services، www.rateyourservices.gov.eg، was recently launched by the Ministry of Planning to try to improve standards.
Minister of Planning Hala El-Saeed launched an experimental version of the website on 6 December.
“This comes in light of the state’s strategy to achieve sustainable development by improving the quality of services presented to citizens as well as creating a participatory environment between the citizen and the decision-maker،” noted a ministry press release.
Egypt's Sisi inaugurates El Gabal El Asfar wastewater treatment plan، other projects Egypt cabinet refutes reports EGP 1.3 bln allocated to renovate Jewish heritage sites only Sisi calls upon media to report accurately on 'Egyptians' hard work and positive opinions of living conditions In a phone call to the TV programme “Happening in Egypt” on Thursday evening، Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi urged the Egyptian media to reflect more accurately on the reality of how Egyptians favourably view living conditions in the country، and report on world events in a way that takes into consideration differences between Egypt and other countries.
Sherif Amer، the presenter of the show on MBC Masr channel، was hosting a female microbus driver named Nehmedou whom the president had met during an inspection visit to projects in the New Administrative Capital hours earlier، when the president called in unscheduled.
UNIDO director hails investment climate in Egypt Reviving Ancient Egyptian music: A journey A fate-changing plane ride over Luxor’s artefacts and mind-blowing heritage left Khairy El Malt wondering about his ancestors and the music they played. The Professor Doctor at the Faculty of Music Education، Helwan University، and Founder of the National Project for the Revival of Ancient Egyptian Music، had been frequenting Qena through Luxor for weeks in the early 1990s; yet، he had not visited any of the touristic locations. He had not yet embarked on his journey to reviving and spreading Ancient Egyptian music.
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Salah named BBC African Player of the year for 2nd time Liverpool Egyptian winger، Mohamed Salah، won BBC African Player of the year award for the second consecutive year.
Salah is the second African player to win the award twice in a row following Nigeria’s Jay-Jay Okocha who won the award in 2003 and 2004.
“It's a great feeling to win again. I'm happy and I would like to win it also next year!" Salah told BBC.
Salah was shortlisted alongside his Senegalese teammate in Liverpool Sadio Mane، Moroccan defender Medhi Benatia، Senegal’s Kalidou Koulibaly and Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Partey.