Egypt's government resigns

Egypt's government resigns
Today it became known that the Egyptian government resigns.

Egypt's Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb has given his and the government's resignation, which has been granted by the Egyptian president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

According to an announcement from the Egyptian President, the government will continue as a caretaker government until a new government is formed.

The president said nothing about the reason why the government resigns.

The announcement, however, comes only days after the country's agriculture minister Salah Helal was arrested, accused of corruption.

Al-Sisi has asked outgoing Oil Minister Sherif Ismail to form a new government.

in March, al-Sisi promised to hold elections on a new national assembly, but this is for now postponed until October this year.

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