68 incidents of corruption and administrative control record the ministries ’slowdown in resolving investment disputes

Corruption Status Book

The Twenty-second Report “April 2017”

  68 incidents of corruption and administrative control record the ministries ’slowdown in resolving investment disputes


Within the framework of the “Corruption Status Book” series, “Partners for Transparency” PFT continues to issue monthly reports to monitor and follow up incidents of corruption, and here is the twenty-second report issued by the institution, which focuses on monitoring and analyzing legislative and procedural developments related to combating corruption, as well as an inventory of facts. Which was disclosed during the month of April 2017 and classified by sector, geography and jurisdiction.

Legislative and procedural developments to combat corruption during April 2017:

April 2017 witnessed the holding of a number of events and activities in some academic institutions, ministries and government departments in the context of awareness-raising and education related to combating corruption, and there were frequent statements by some officials related to the nature of the general trend and political performance related to fighting corruption and wasting public money, and the following is a list of the most important facts in this regard: -

  • April 3, 2017: Riad Abdel Sattar, a member of the House of Representatives for the Free Egyptians Party, announced that he submitted a request for a briefing to Dr. Ali Abdel-Al, Speaker of Parliament, addressed to Eng. Sherif Ismail, the Prime Minister due to the anti-corruption law, and Abdel Sattar demanded that the government finish preparing the anti-corruption law, indicating that this law Everyone has called for it, and so far it has not been approved at a time when there is corruption, and the parliament and government should confront it decisively.
  • April 4, 2017: The Ministry of Endowments has activated the work of the Anti-Corruption Committee through some links that allow employees of the endowment and those dealing with it to send any complaints of corruption, negligence, grievances or suggestions to it.
  • April 6, 2017: A member of the House Local Administration Committee, Abdel Hamid Kamal, criticized the postponement of local elections, saying: The proposal to postpone local elections after the completion of the new administrative division of the governorates is not good, pointing out that the absence of local councils means more corruption and added that the absence of localities represents a collapse of services, more centralization and more From encroachments on agricultural lands, as well as more thefts in budgets and more randomness in the lives of citizens.
  • April 8, 2017: Dr. Hisham Arafat, Minister of Transport, announced that there is a sovereign body that reviews the fees decisions, Resolution 800 and Resolution 448, and within a week, a final report regarding the two decisions will be issued and an anti-corruption committee will be formed in the ministry in cooperation with supervisory bodies.
  • April 11, 2017: Dr. Obaid Saleh, President of Damanhour University, stressed the importance of combating corruption, so he directed that all files be examined to detect any financial or administrative corruption, pointing out that he referred about 175 employees for investigations, including 7 employees who were referred to the Public Prosecution for financial and administrative violations.
  • April 11, 2017: The Red Sea Governorate held a symposium on combating corruption in the administrative apparatus in the Red Sea. The symposium included an explanation of the mechanisms of combating corruption in the various service sectors in the governorate in the presence of the Governor of the Red Sea, the Secretary General and some employees of the General Bureau and the directorates of the governorate.
  • April 12, 2017: Major General Mahmoud Ashmawy, Governor of Qalyubia, tightened control over all commercial activities in the governorate department to ensure that it adheres to the laws and rationing decisions that regulate its work, and to control food commodities that are not suitable for human consumption, and to take legal measures regarding them within the framework of legitimacy, law and fighting corruption.
  • April 13, 2017: Judicial sources confirmed that the committees formed on behalf of the higher public funds to deposit reports in the case known in the media as "corruption of wheat silos", in which officials of the Ministries of Agriculture and Supply, leaders of the General Authority for Export and Import Control and businessmen are accused, have completed preparing their final reports in the case and will send them to the Funds Prosecution Office. Headed by Counselor Mohamed El-Berlisi, the first public attorney, in preparation for conducting the case.
  • April 15, 2017: Deputy Muhammad Faraj Amer, head of the Youth and Sports Committee, submitted a briefing request to Dr. Ali Abdel-Al, Speaker of Parliament, addressed to Eng. Sherif Ismail, Prime Minister, to request the government and all state agencies to support the efforts of the Administrative Prosecution Authority in combating corruption and preserving the state and people’s funds and rights, as he stated that: “The amount of stolen public money that was recovered and the unprecedented number of corruption cases monitored by this national apparatus confirms the failure of the internal oversight bodies within state institutions to address the incidents of corruption in all its forms and forms.
  • April 16, 2017: The Administrative Control Authority monitored the rates of implementation of the decisions of the Ministerial Committee for the Resolution of Investment Disputes for 13 ministries and government agencies 16 governorates, which aim to improve the investment climate within the country as it showed the commitment of the Ministries of Electricity, Transport, and Environmental Affairs by the implementation rate of 100%, followed by the General Investment Authority with the implementation rate of 86% of the decisions issued by the committee The Administrative Control Authority found that the implementation of the decisions of the Ministries of Housing, Local Development, and Cairo Governorate was slow at rates of 39%, 32%, and 26% respectively, and the Ministries of Finance, Agriculture, Industry and Trade, Matrouh Governorate, the Real Estate Registry did not end the implementation of any decisions issued by the committee
  • April 22, 2017: Al-Arabi Abu Talib, head of the General Union of Supply and Internal Trade Inspectors, said: The owners of bakeries own groceries in a way that helps to manipulate support decisions to achieve illegal gains at the expense of the drain of wasting public money.
  • April 22, 2017: Dr. Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, met with Cristalina Gjiroeva, General Administrative Director of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the International Development Association, where “Kristalina” praised the efforts made by Egypt in governance and the fight against corruption, and announced that the bank agreed to support Egyptian efforts in the field of governance, which is reflected in Improving the governance index in the international reports issued by the World Bank, and working to highlight Egypt as a developing country and a pioneer in this field.
  • April 22, 2017: The Supreme Council of Universities discussed the report received by Dr. Yasser Saqr, former president of Helwan University, regarding preparing an online course on human rights and combating corruption for it and the nature of its application and teaching students how to combat corruption, in order to enhance the principles of human rights, transparency and the full development of the human being through the student’s acquisition of a set of knowledge, skills and values , Which is scheduled to be presented to the Supreme Council of Universities in its next session.
  • April 25, 2017: The Egyptian Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, Dr. Sahar Nasr, said that her country's government is currently pursuing an ambitious and bold program for economic and social reform, and stressed that anti-corruption measures are a crucial component of the reform program and an important factor for its success. This came during her meeting with Murad Wahba, Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations at the program headquarters in New York.
  • April 25, 2017: The National Council for Women organized a workshop entitled "Good Governance Policies and Achieving Integrity" within the framework of developing the capabilities and skills development of workers, which lasted for two days. The workshop included a presentation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy 2014/2018, policies and procedures for Egypt's implementation of its obligations in this strategy, and the role of the Ministry of Planning And follow-up and administrative reform in the implementation of the strategy and future steps to combat corruption. Dr. Ghada Moussa and Nader Noureddine, directors of the Governance Center, also attended the workshop.
  • April 25, 2017: Major General Issam Al-Badawi, the governor of Minya, stated that the governorate has been coordinating with the administrative control and has been following up for some time and has been gathering evidence of the involvement of a group of workers in the local unit of the city of Matai in a bribery case, stressing that the governorate is intent on cleansing all the centers of corruption, the last of which was controlling this group and one of the endowment workers and another in health He also indicated that the province's efforts in this regard come in coordination with the Administrative Control Authority to detect dormant or active corruption cells.
  • April 26, 2017: President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said during his participation in the youth conference in Ismailia that he asked the administrative control not to announce all corruption incidents that are revealed unless they are large so that the citizen does not feel that the whole country has corruption, commenting: “This is we are 90 million if every day In the incident of Hanahas corruption, the whole country is corruption, as His Excellency explained that combating corruption is through removing the human element from dealing with the citizen, and this is the experience of the developed country in combating corruption.
  • April 28, 2017: The Supreme Council for Culture held, in the honesty and in the presence of Dr. Hatem Rabie, a seminar entitled "Anti-corruption" organized by the Economic Committee and moderated by Dr. Dalal Abdel-Hadi, the committee's rapporteur.
  • April 29, 2017: Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning, Follow-up and Administrative Reform, confirmed during the activities of the third periodic national conference for youth, which was held in Ismailia under the patronage and in the presence of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic, during the period from April 25 to 27 this current that the government's main goal in the administrative reform file is to serve the citizen By relying on the best methods and methods and the use of modern technological means, stressing at the same time the urgent need to simplify procedures and automate the work cycle to move from the stage that the employee is the only repository of information to the stage of the employee and the citizen is aware of all the information, which is what is currently being worked on in coordination with all Ministries, led by the Ministry of Local Development, to automate the services directory and present it to citizens in a simple and easy way.


General features of corruption incidents during April 2017:

First: Distribution of corruption incidents according to sectors:

The previous data indicate that both the Ministry of Supply and Agriculture came first among the corruption incidents, with 12 incidents each of them out of a total of 68 corruption incidents during the month of April 2017, followed by the Ministry of Health with 9 incidents of corruption, then each of the localities sector, Al-Dakhiliya, came with 5 incidents for each of them Then comes the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources with 3 incidents, followed by the Ministry of Finance and Housing, the Communications and Information Technology Sector, the Ministry of Education, Endowments, Higher Education, Justice and Culture, with two incidents for each of them, and finally comes the Ministry of Social Solidarity and The private sector, business sector, parliament, media, youth and sports, with only one incident out of a total of 68 corruption incidents during April 2017.

Second: Distribution of corruption incidents according to the position of the case:


Previous data indicates that still The incidents under investigation came first among the corruption incidents during April 2017, as the largest percentage was recorded at 75% out of a total of 68 incidents, followed by the incidents under trial with a score of 16%, and then came the facts that were judged by 6 %, the incidents that were not investigated came in The TTP1T ranked last, out of a total of 68 corruption incidents in April 2017.

Third: The distribution of corruption incidents according to the governorates:

Cairo governorate still acquired the largest share of corruption incidents during April 2017 due to the concentration of administrative headquarters in it, where it obtained 19 incidents of corruption during April 2017, followed by Beheira, Alexandria and Giza governorates with a score of 6 incidents for each of them, then Minya Governorate comes with a score of 4 Incidents, followed by Qalyubia, Qena and Beni Suef governorates with 3 incidents for each of them, then Sharkia, Dakahlia, Kafr El Sheikh, Sohag and Port Said governorates came with two incidents of corruption for each of them, while Menoufia, Assiut, Damietta, Ismailia, South Sinai and the New Valley occurred And Aswan and Faiyum ranked last, with one incident for each in April 2017.

Incidents of corruption that were recorded during April 2017:

  1. Supply investigations were able to seize 50 kilograms of meat unfit for human consumption in Alexandria (Day Seven - April 1, 2017)
  2. Traffic police officers were able to arrest an employee of the Nasser facility traffic unit for charging sums of money in exchange for terminating the papers of some of those who hesitated to traffic.Day 7 - April 3, 2017)
  3. The headmaster of the Al-Qaraan Elementary Institute in Gerga seized the amount of 161 thousand pounds by embezzlement from the tuition fees proceeds in the institute in his custody.(Day 7 - April 4, 2017)
  4. The Ministry of Justice decided to refer the General Director of Legal Affairs of the Petroleum Pipelines Company to trial after it was proven that he had committed grave administrative violations(The seventh day - April 5, 2017)
  5. The Supply Investigation Department managed to seize 130 kilograms of invalid meat at the Ministry of Agriculture outlet in Oordes (The seventh day - April 5, 2017)
  6. The Attorney General decided to imprison an employee of the drinking water company in Beheira for 4 days, who had seized 88,000 pounds.(Day 7 - 5 April 2017)
  7. The Damanhour Prosecutor decided to imprison a secretary of a court in Damanhour for 4 days, and he was caught red-handed with a 500-pound bribe.(Day 7 - 5 April 2017)
  8. The Administrative Control Authority in Ismailia managed to arrest the President of Al-Mostakbal City and one of the employees of the Engineering Administration while they were receiving a bribe from a citizen(The seventh day - April 5, 2017)
  9. The Administrative Control Authority was able to control a gang formation consisting of tax officials, legal accountants and financiers after requesting one million pounds for a bribe in exchange for presenting and using forged invoices attributed to some companies with a value of 240 million pounds in order to drop the taxes owed to the state.(Day 7 - April 6, 2017)
  10. The 17 Giza Criminal Department continues hearing the pleadings in the trial of the Head of Land Protection and 3 others in the case known as “Ministry of Agriculture bribery.”(The seventh day - April 6, 2017)
  11. The Supply Investigation Department managed to seize two traders who seized 43 tons of subsidized flour to sell on the black market .(Day 7 - April 6, 2017)
  12. The Supply Investigations Department managed to seize 5 tons of rice before it was sold on the black market in the lake (The seventh day - April 6, 2017)
  13. Referring 3 employees of the Eastern Development Bank for prosecution for misappropriating 212 tons of wheat. (Day 7 - 6 April 2017)
  14. The Postal Police managed to catch a citizen and his wife spending Takaful and Dignity pensions money with 8 Visa cards that they had obtained from the Director of the Social Affairs Office of Awseem in exchange for a percentage of the amount spent. (Day 7 - April 6, 2017)
  15. Supply Investigations managed to seize 120 tons of unknown source agricultural fertilizers in the lake (Al-Bawaba News-7 April 2017)
  16. The Supply Investigations Department managed to find a supply merchant in possession of 348 smart cards (Al-Bawaba News - April 8, 2017)
  17. The Administrative Prosecution referred an advisor at the Ministry of Health to trial for issuing a letter to the Egyptian Medical Syndicate to register a graduate of an American university despite his being a nutritionist.(Vito-8 April 2017)
  18. The Public Prosecution in Minya decided to imprison a lawyer after the administrative control in Minya managed to arrest him as he was accused as a mediator in the case known in the media as major bribery in which the director of legal affairs in agriculture is accused for taking a bribe of 72 million pounds in exchange for the misappropriation of agricultural lands.(Your news - April 8, 2017)
  19. The Administrative Prosecution decided to refer the Director of the Agricultural Reform Directorate in Qalyubia Governorate and 4 of his assistants to trial after it was proven that they committed grave financial and administrative violations that resulted in damaging public money.(Vito - April 9, 2017)
  20. The Attorney General for the Prosecutor's Office of Beni Suef College decided to detain a police secretary at the Traffic Department in Beni Suef and 3 employees of the department, for 4 days pending investigations for accusing them of forging official papers and imitating the signatures of police officers and Traffic Investigations to facilitate the issuance of driving licenses for people with disabilities, to enable them to buy and resell vehicles exempt from customs. For a large fee of circumventing the law.(Day 7 - April 10, 2017)
  21. A court ruling issued by the Disciplinary Court of the Council of States revealed that officials of the Joint Stock Companies Tax Office had paid 165,000 pounds as a bribe in exchange for returning 15.3 million pounds to a contracting company.(Vito-10 April 2017)
  22. The Administrative Prosecution decided to refer the Director General of the Educational Endowment Department in Qena and the Head of the Punishment Unit to trial after it is proven that the first committed a crime of forgery of official documents that includes the annulment of a decision to punish him for disciplinary measures and the second covering it.(Vito - April 10, 2017)
  23. The Supreme Disciplinary Court of the State Council ruled the former head of the broadcasting sector after it was proven that she committed gross financial and administrative irregularities before referring her to the pension.(Vito - April 11, 2017)
  24. The Ministry of Justice referred 3 officials in the legal affairs of the "Egyptian Phosphate Company" to trial after it was proven that they committed grave financial and administrative violations that resulted in wasting public money..(Vito - April 11, 2017)
  25. The Ministry of Justice decided to refer 3 legal officials of the Public Authority for Fish Resources to the Supreme Disciplinary Court on charges of committing grave financial and administrative violations.(Vito-12 April 2017)
  26. The Supply Investigations Department managed to seize 1.4 million liters of petroleum products before they were sold on the black market(Vito-12 April 2017)
  27. The Post Police Department's Investigations Unit in the Sharqiya managed a post office agent for having embezzled an amount (4982 pounds) from the social solidarity pension account in his workplace and seized it.(Vito-12 April 2017)
  28. The Cairo Criminal Court sentenced Habib Al-Adly, the former Minister of the Interior, Nabil Suleiman Khalaf, head of the Central Administration of Accounts and Budget at the Ministry of Interior, and Ahmed Abd al-Nabi, a senior researcher at the Central Administration of Accounts and Budget, to 7 years imprisonment for each of them, and obligated them to return the sum of 195 million and 936 thousand pounds in solidarity with regard to Between them, and fining them an equal amount of solidarity with each other in the case of "interior corruption".(Al-Masry Al-Youm - April 15, 2017)
  29. The Administrative Prosecution notified the Minister of Supply to take measures to separate the technical safety and occupational health of the General Company for Silos and Storage, Alexandria Sector, for accusing him of seizing 65 million pounds in cooperation with the tenant of a silo.(Echo Country - April 15, 2017)
  30. An employee of the Cairo Drinking Water Company was arrested for obtaining "bribe" sums of money in exchange for his claim to be able to appoint the citizens of the company.(Tahrir - April 16, 2017)
  31. The Graft Inspection and Inspection Authority decided to detain the anesthesiologist and the accused in the case of the International Network for Human Organ Trade for 15 days pending investigations conducted with him. (The seventh day - April 16, 2017)
  32. The General Administration of Supply Police managed to seize 680 liters of subsidized petrol and diesel before it was sold on the black market. (Day 7 - April 16, 2017)
  33. The Supreme Disciplinary Court has ruled to punish the Director General of the Technical Services and Heritage Collection Department at the Artistic House of Folk Art for committing grave financial and administrative violations resulting in damage to public money.(Vito-20 April 2017)
  34. The Administrative Prosecution decided to refer 8 officials at the Ministry of Irrigation, including the Undersecretary for the Protection of the Nile and the General Director of Irrigation of the Delta Barrages in Al Qanater, to trial on charges of committing serious financial and administrative violations(Vito-20 April 2017)
  35. The inspection and follow-up team at the Directorate of Health Affairs in Alexandria managed to arrest a radiologist in a hospital in the West Alexandria Medical District while selling X-ray films and acidification chemicals from the hospital’s custody to a person.(Day 7 - April 20, 2017)
  36. Supply Investigations in Giza seized a store containing 2 tons of meat unfit for human consumption in a warehouse in Agouza.(Day 7 - April 21, 2017)
  37. Renewing the detention of a nurse for 15 days pending investigations, after accusing her of offering and taking 15,000 as a bribe for forgery in the records of the Republic General Hospital(Day 7 - April 22, 2017)
  38. The Administrative Control in Minya managed to arrest the employees of each of the village councils..(Day 7 - April 22, 2017)
  39. The Supply Police managed to seize 33,000 liters of subsidized petroleum products before they were sold on the black market.Day 7 - April 22, 2017)
  40. The Administrative Control Authority in Alexandria has arrested a mosque imam and an employee in the Endowment Directorate offering a bribe to their director to add the name of a mosque worker who does not work in the endowment to pay a pension that he is not entitled to.(Day 7 - April 23, 2017)
  41. Supply Investigations managed to seize 20 tons of rice in the possession of a merchant, who prevented them from trading in Kafr El-Sheikh. (Al-Youm Al-Sabea - April 23, 2017)
  42. The administrative prosecution referred 10 officials in a school affiliated to the Qena Education Directorate and the Abu Tisht educational administration for trial after it was proven that they had committed grave financial and administrative violations..(Vito - 23 April 2017)
  43. The Prosecutor of the Dishna Center undertakes the investigation into the arrest of the Director of the Agricultural Society of the Deshna Center on charges of collecting 12 tons of fortified chemical fertilizer and selling it on the black market(Vito - 23 April 2017)
  44. The East Cairo Prosecutor's Office referred the complaint against Ali Darwish, the director of the Cairo Stadium Authority, in his capacity, accusing him of wasting 10 million pounds in renting cafeterias and buffets inside the stadium to the prosecution.(Vito - 23 April 2017)
  45. The people of the city of Bani Ubaid and its affiliated villages renewed their request to the head of the Administrative Control Authority to intervene to solve the problem of Bani Ubaid Central Hospital after officials of the Ministry of Health ignored the demands of the people of the city of Bani Ubayd regarding the city hospital, which is collapsing and is threatened with collapse, expressing their extreme anger because of what they described as a state of indolence And indifference and negligence despite uncovering facts of corruption and wasting public money in a hospital(Pharaohs - 23 April 2017)
  46. Supply Investigations in Beheira managed to seize 2,800 sacks of agricultural fertilizers and 624 packages of expired agricultural pesticides, as 3 reports were issued at the Badr Center against the managers responsible for two agricultural development companies and the owner of an agricultural pesticide shop.(Vito - 23 April 2017)
  47. The local units of Minya City and Center managed to raise and remove 72 cases of encroachment on agricultural lands .(Vito - April 24, 2017)
  48. The Administrative Control Authority managed to arrest the official in the Department of Property and Possession in the Agrarian Reform of Dakahlia Governorate, after he received 24 thousand pounds as a bribe from one of the squatters on plots of lands to release ownership contracts for him. ​​( Administrative Control Authority -24 April 2017)
  49. The Administrative Control Authority was able to arrest private company owners and consultants in the works of supporting, supplying and receiving water pipes that do not conform to the specifications of the main water line project in the New Cairo and the Assigned region during 2007, which caused a waste of public money estimated at two billion pounds(Al Watan - April 24, 2017)
  50. The New Valley Security Directorate removed 250 acres of state property that were attacked by farmers in the center and its villages.(Vito - April 24, 2017)
  51. The Bab Sharqi Misdemeanor Court in Alexandria decided to extend the delay in pronouncing the verdict in the case of accusing the Director of the Library of Alexandria of wasting public money to the session of April 30, 2017.(The Second Capital - April 24, 2017)
  52. The water bodies of Kafr El-Sheikh police have removed 159 cases of encroachment on the Nile River and waterways in the governorate.(Al-Masry Al-Youm - 25 April 2017)
  53. The Governor of Port Said referred 9 incidents of corruption within the Sharq district in the governorate, which took place during the era of the former governor, to the Administrative Prosecution for wasting public money and not preserving state property, and submitting the entire report to the Ministers of Local Development and Justice(The seventh day - April 25, 2017)
  54. The Fayoum Center Prosecution quickly ordered the criminal investigation investigation into the seizure of the head of a post office in one of the Fayoum Center villages on charges of seizing 73 thousand pounds from the money of one of the depositors in the office with him(Al Watan - April 25, 2017)
  55. The Administrative Prosecution decided to refer 5 officials of the Public Authority for Fish Resources Development to trial for committing grave financial and administrative violations that resulted in damaging public money(Day 7 - 26 April 2017)
  56. The Supply Investigation Department managed to seize 63 thousand liters of subsidized petroleum products before they were sold on the black market. (Day 7 - April 26, 2017)
  57. The Administrative Control Authority arrested the director of the Olive Survey Office and a surveyor technician after they received a bribe from a citizen in exchange for ending the surveying procedures for his residential property.(Day 7 - April 26, 2017)
  58. A source in the Directorate of Veterinary Medicine in Aswan revealed an incident of corruption represented in the Director General of the Directorate of Administrative Decision No. 3 assigning a senior technician with the rank of Director General to supervise services and products in exchange for transfers of 20 pounds per day, while the documents indicated that he receives 25 pounds, equivalent to 775 pounds per month. It is against the law.(Ad-Dustour - April 26, 2017)
  59. The security services in Minya carried out the removal of 12 cases of encroachment on the course of the Nile River, where the fences were removed and filled in and violations were raised.(Vito-28 April 2017)
  60. The Supply Investigations Department managed to seize 3000 liters of subsidized gasoline before it was sold on the black market in Menoufia.(Day 7 - 28 April 2017)
  61. The Administrative Control Authority has managed to arrest a university professor at the Faculty of Specific Education, Port Said University, after he was accused in the case of purchasing devices and tools for the college at exaggerated prices, i.e. unreal, which is considered the seizure of public money.(Day 7 - 26 April 2017)
  62. The opposition judge in the South Cairo Court renewed the detention of a labor manager in Cairo governorate for 15 days pending investigations for accusing him of forging official documents and obtaining a bribe(Day 7 - 26 April 2017)
  63. Supply Investigations managed to seize accurate warehouse officials for seizing 29 tons of food allocations in Sohag. (Day 7 - April 27, 2017)
  64. The Opposition Judge at the South Giza Court renewed the detention of a police representative at Giza Passage for 15 days pending investigations for accusing them of taking a financial bribe from a motorcycle driver in exchange for not writing a violation report (Al-Youm Al-Sabea - 29 April 2017).
  65. The Public Prosecutor referred a complaint submitted by a lawyer against Dr. Ali Abdel-Al, Speaker of Parliament, Mahmoud Al-Sharif, Suleiman Wahdan, the Parliament's two representatives to the Public Funds Prosecution for the jurisdiction regarding the fact that the Parliament’s Office Authority bought 3 owners cars about 680 thousand dollars per car, which is equivalent to the current exchange rates of about 13 One million for one car, or about 40 million pounds for the three cars.(Delegation - 30 April 2017)
  66. The Supreme Disciplinary Court acquitted the agent of the Technological College in the Central Valley of the Ministry of Higher Education in Beni Suef of committing financial and administrative violations.(Vito - 30 April 2017)
  67. Traffic Investigations have arrested an employee of the Al Wasiti Traffic Center, north of Beni Suef, while he was taking a bribe from a driver to facilitate the completion of his car's license papers(Day 7-30 April 2017)
  68. The Supply Investigations Department managed to seize 1.5 tons of subsidized flour before selling it to the black market in Damietta (Day 7-30 April 2017)



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