12 April 2011

Egypt: now taking complaints

Al Ahram online reports that the Ministry of State for Antiquities Affairs - with Zahi Hawass back in charge - will now begin accepting complaints:
Zahi  Hawass, Egypt’s minister of state for antiquities affairs [MSAA], said that the administration will look into and review all complaints and suggestions to develop the MSAA. Archaeologist, Magdi El-Ghandour, director of the archaeological documentation centre, will lead these efforts.
Hawass promised that each complaint will receive a reply within a week.
It's a new era in Egypt! I'm interested to see what in practice comes out of the reorganization of the Ministry (itself established only a few months before the Egyptian revolution).

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