Egyptian militants threaten ruling government

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In Egypt, recent terrorist attacks and the assassination of the country’s top prosecutor, have raised a new question that if Egypt need more room for dialogue between the Muslim Brotherhood and Egypt’s president to end the violence. CCTV America’s Yasser Hakim explores the option from Cairo.

Egyptian militants threaten ruling government

In Egypt, recent terrorist attacks and the assassination of the country’s top prosecutor, have raised a new question that if Egypt need more room for dialogue between the Muslim Brotherhood and Egypt’s president to end the violence. CCTV America’s Yasser Hakim explores the option from Cairo.

Highlight:

  • Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-sisi led the popular insurgency that toppled Mohamed Morsy from power in 2013. Morsy supporters have since been on a violent spree. They want him back.
  • The security situation has improved significantly in the last year. And the economy is the proof. Economic growth is up to 4.2% from negative. Arab and foreign investments are flooding back and official figures show a staggering 62% rise in the numbers of tourists in the last nine months.