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Sisi’s Decision to Demolish Egypt’s Largest Slum

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The Governorate of Cairo has removed Ezbet Abu Karn, the largest slum area in the Old Cairo area, in pursuance of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s slum clearance directives.

Engineer Jihan Abdel Moneim, Deputy Governor of Cairo for the Southern Region, said that today’s removal work resulted in the removal and total demolition of 3 commercial properties and the partial removal of 6 properties, resulting in a total of implementation from the start of the resumption of removal work to the complete demolition of 16 objects out of a total of 22. Real estate is privately owned by citizens, a total of 140 families.

The Deputy Governor of Cairo emphasized that the transition of the inhabitants of these slums, which pose a danger to their lives, into a radiance of hope, heralding the fulfillment of their dreams and enjoying a decent life, with all the difficult services they receive in the past, and this is a confirmation that the state provides everything that contributes to the achievement of its goals, providing a luxurious life and services provided in a civilized way to the inhabitants of the slums and disadvantaged areas.

She indicated that the completion of the removal work is being carried out by the working group in the southern region and the Old Cairo area, in accordance with the instructions of Major General Khaled Abdel-Al, Governor of Cairo.

Source: Egyptian media.

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