Egypt's newly appointed prime minister was granted most of the powers of the president Wednesday by the country's military rulers.
Afterward, he swiftly moved to swear-in his cabinet.
Prime Minister Kamal Ganzouri was given all presidential powers excluding control over the military and the judiciary, armed forces spokesman Lt. Col. Amr Imam told CNN.
A day before the swearing-in, Ganzouri said on state television that "the new national government will be the salvation government of the January 28 revolution."
The new cabinet will serve until the presidential elections.FULL STORY
Egyptian prime minister given powers, swears in cabinet. I catch myself cussing from time to time too.
I always find myself going into a cabinet to swear...
Wow, I didn't ask you...but do you have to wear a cast?
Shoot, I don't even waste my time going the cabinet.
Hope the country settles down and the populist movement gets its objectives. Stability in that region is vital to world peace & American geo-political interests, Contrary to what a number of ignorant self serving politicos on our soil chose to propagate – keep that region unstable by interventions.
Oh no, a voice of reason has joined us. But I agree saywhat, these are matters that need to be handled in house. Our presence does nothing more than inflame anti american passions.
I have been voicing for sometime @ bobcat. How are you doing?
I'm doing well saywhat. We have no business getting involved in their politics. Hell, we can't control our own people.