Egypt: Roundup of Egypt’s Press Headlines

Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt’s main state-owned and private newspapers on Jul. 4, 2016:

Al-Ahram:

-The president’s messages to the people on the 30 June anniversary: Egypt holds a dear place and should not need anyone

-High school exams conclude with history, geology, algebra and solid geometry

-Listening to cockpit voice recorder of doomed flight to take place in Cairo

Al-Akhbar:

– Sisi calls on Egyptians to protect the country

– Presidential pardon soon for youth not accused of possessing weapons

– An EGP 3.4 bln increase in exports support fund in the new budget

Al-Shorouk:

– Govt plans to list two public sector companies on the stock exchange before the end of 2016

-Central Bank makes an $720 mln repayment to Paris Club

Al-Watan:

-Sisi to Egyptians: don’t let anyone deceive you

-End of high school exams and leakages… Student union calls for wearing black

-Human rights council report: terrorism in Sinai is the most serious challenge

Al-Masry al-Youm:

-Egypt gears up for African summit

-Central Bank repays a $720 mln worth installment to Paris Club

Source: Aswat Masriya