Report: Egypt reshuffle to bring Islamists into gov't

By REUTERS
April 29, 2012 20:21

 
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CAIRO - Egypt's ruling military council led by Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi is planning a cabinet reshuffle to bring Islamists into Prime Minister Kamal al-Ganzouri's government, government sources told state-run Al-Ahram news website on Sunday.

"The Field Marshal will present to Dr. Ganzouri a reshuffle to his cabinet and it will include a group of ministers representing the Islamists and other political and party forces in the parliament," the sources told Al-Ahram.

Al-Ahram also quoted a senior official close to the military council as saying the reshuffle would be "limited."

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