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Pakinam al-Sharkawi, a political sciences professor at Cairo University, was appointed assistant for political affairs, he added.
The president also chose two assistants from the Islamist camp.
Emad Abdel Ghafour, leader of the ultraconservative Al-Nur Salafist party, was named assistant in charge of relations with civil society, while Essam al-Haddad from the Muslim Brotherhoood's Freedom and Justice Party becomes assistant for external relations and international cooperation.
But the Coptic community, which represents 14 percent of Egypt’s 82 million people, was unhappy over the composition of the country’s new Cabinet, which was sworn in this month and includes just two women, one of them a Copt.
Interior minister withdraws resignation
TRIPOLI — Libyan Interior Minister Fawzi Abdelali said Tuesday he was withdrawing his resignation, announced Sunday amid criticism over a surge of violence, including destructions of shrines.
“When I submitted my resignation, I thought I would be relieving many people. But it seems that my resignation will further complicate security, and I have decided to withdraw it,” Mr. Abdelali told a news conference in Tripoli.
Mr. Abdelali had resigned after coming under fire for the performance of security forces during a surge of violence that has rocked Libya, including attacks by Islamist hard-liners on shrines across the country.
Opposition leader criticizes U.S.
BEIRUT — The head of the main Syrian opposition group fighting to oust President Bashar Assad criticized U.S. officials Tuesday for saying it is premature to speak about a transitional Syrian government.
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