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Topic - Mansour El-Essawy
Mr. el-Essawy, according to a report by the state news agency, pledged after meeting Mr. Sharaf that he would work to restore security and reduce the role of the State Security.
The new interior minister, Maj. Gen. Mansour el-Essawy, a former Cairo security chief, said in a statement that a new agency in charge of keeping national security and combatting terrorism will be formed.