Egypt's new prime minister, Hisham Qandil, will announce a cabinet on Thursday, almost a month after President Mohamed Morsi took office amid a power struggle with the military, state media reported on Saturday.
- 2 August, 2012 Egypt president swears in new cabinet Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi swore in a new cabinet on Thursday that retained military chief Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi as defence minister while giving the Islamists and their allies several portfolios.
- 1 August, 2012 Egypt’s PM selects new cabinet: state TV Egypt's Prime Minister Hisham Qandil has selected a new government in which the finance and foreign ministers from the outgoing cabinet will retain their posts, state television reported on Wednesday.
- 8 July, 2013 Egypt army: We didn’t kill kids, images taken from Syria war After dozens of Islamist demonstrators killed by security forces at Cairo barracks where Morsi held, military spokesman says Muslim Brotherhood 'spreading lies' about incident; interim president launches investigation
- 16 July, 2013 Key figures in Egypt’s new government CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's new interim Cabinet brings in a number of prominent figures from the country's liberal and secular factions into top positions, particularly from the National Salvation Front, the main coalition of opponents to ousted President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim […]
- 16 July, 2013 Egypt’s interim president swears in new Cabinet CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's interim president on Tuesday swore in the first Cabinet since the military ousted the Islamist president, giving members of the country's liberal movements key positions. The Cabinet includes three women.