Friday, July 5, 2013


Egypt's interim president dismantles Shura Council

CAIRO, July 5- Egyptian newly-assigned caretaker President Adli Mansour dismantled Friday the Shura Council, the country's upper house of parliament, according to his first constitutional declaration, the state TV reported.

The interim president also issued a presidential decree appointing Mohamed Raafat Shehata as his adviser for security affairs and Mohamed Ahmed Farid as chief of the general intelligence agency.

Earlier Friday, Mansour appointed Ali Awad Saleh as the President's constitutional advisor, and Mostafa Hegazy as his political advisor.

Mansour took the oath Thursday as the interim head of state after the ouster of Islamist-oriented Mohamed Morsi, that followed huge mass demonstrations that continued for four consecutive days since June 30.
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