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Luxor Times: New governor appointed to Luxor, good choice or the last nail in the coffin?

Luxor Times

Sunday, 16 June 2013

New governor appointed to Luxor, good choice or the last nail in the coffin?

New governor was appointed today for Luxor governorate. The new governor is Engineer Adel Assad Mohamed al Khiat. He was the head of the Islamic group in Assuit during its golden age in the 70s. Adel Al Khiat was born in1951. His experience mainly in housing. The new governor spent a year in prison after the Assassination of late President Anwar Al Sadat. The new appointment has created controversy already in the tourism industry inner circles as the new governor is a part of the Islamic group which claimed responsibility for Luxor massacre in 1997. Dr. Adel Al Kiat said on a phone call earlier tonight that when he arrive in Luxor, he will meet the tourism industry professionals and will do his best to encourage tourists to be back to Luxor.

4 Comments:

  • In my humble opinion this will definitely be the last nail in the coffin.How on earth can someone with such a history be appointed as governor.They really are scraping the barrel with this appointment.

    By Blogger Gordon Davies, At 17 June 2013 at 13:32  

  • Really??,Egypt wake up this is not the way to go.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 17 June 2013 at 15:51  

  • This just it! this man has to leave!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 18 June 2013 at 09:46  

  • Yet again we are witnessing something that has no logic whatsoever.To appoint someone with his back ground as the new Governor is in my humble opinion the last nail in the coffin.This is even worse than corruption and that is bad enough as it is.
    There is a strong need for demo's until he is replaced by someone with not such a chequered past.

    By Blogger Gordon Davies, At 18 June 2013 at 10:36  

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