The Egyptian cabinet offered its resignation Friday, clearing the way for President Hosni Mubarak to name new ministers with the emphasis on stimulating the economy, officials said. Planning Minister Osman Mohamed Osman said resignation was the purpose of a special cabinet session Friday evening. “The meeting was for the government to present its resignation and that has happened,” Osman said. Communications Minister Ahmed Nazif, tipped as a possible prime minister, left the cabinet meeting early and officials said he was going to the presidency. Full Story
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