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Dr. Mahmoud Alam El-Din, professor of journalism at Cairo University, spoke to Tahya Masr website after being selected as a member of the National Dialogue Board of Trustees, which President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi called for, and which is scheduled to start next July, stressing that the announced choices reflect the various segments of society and will have a mission before them. National and historical management of this dialogue in the interest of the country and the citizen.
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The professor of journalism at Cairo University stressed that he appreciates his selection within this group, and he hopes to contribute effectively to achieving the best in managing the national dialogue with his colleagues, pointing out that this dialogue comes after a difficult stage during the past period, especially the challenges of building and developing the Egyptian state after years, and then Continuing work and development is an important necessity for the benefit of all Egyptians.
And about his vision of choosing his person as a university professor on the one hand and a professor of journalism on the other, Dr. Mahmoud Alamuddin affirmed that he hopes to represent an addition to his colleagues, especially since everyone has experiences in his field and scholars, and as a university professor and professor of journalism he also hopes to contribute with them through His experiences that he holds over the past years in the corridors of the university.
The National Dialogue Department had announced the formation of the Board of Trustees, which included a large number of community representatives, including This formation comes to express the diverse effective participation of various national visions and technical and professional experiences, in order to ensure positive outcomes of the dialogue in the interest of the Egyptian citizen. The Board of Trustees will be called for its first meeting in a few days.
Dr. Mahmoud Alam El Din speaks to Long Live Egypt after being selected as a member of the National Dialogue Board of Trustees: “I appreciate my choice..and I hope to contribute with my colleagues.”
The formation included Ahmed El-Sharqawy, a member of the House of Representatives, Amira Saber, a member of the House of Representatives, Gamal El-Keshky, editor-in-chief of Al-Ahram Al-Arabi magazine, Gouda Abdel-Khaleq, the former Minister of Social Solidarity and Professor of Economics at Cairo University, Reham Bahy, Professor of International Relations at Cairo University, and Samir Morcos, Researcher And political writer, Talaat Abdel Qawi, member of the House of Representatives and head of the General Union of NGOs, Abdel Azim Hammad, journalist writer.
It also included Imad El-Din Hussein, Senator and journalist writer, Amr Hashem Rabie, Deputy Director of Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, Fatima El-Sayed Ahmed, journalist writer, Dr. Fatima Khafagy, Coordinator of the Arab Network for Women’s Civil Society, Kamal Zayed, businessman Dr. / Maya Morsi, President of the National Council for Women, Mohamed Salmawy, writer and journalist.
It also included Dr. Mohamed Fayez Farhat, Director of Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies. Dr. Mahmoud Alam El-Din, Professor of Journalism at Cairo University and Negad El-Borai, Lawyer, Hani Sarie El-Din, Professor of Commercial and Maritime Law at Cairo University.
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