Elections took place in summer of the following year. The new president to be sworn in was Mohammad Morsi from the Muslim Brotherhood. However, he quickly became unpopular because many people thought he…
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Setting up a proper democracy is the main challenge for Egypt over the next few years.
Tourism has always been a huge boon for the Egyptian economy, so all the political upheaval has had quite a negative effect. Tourists are concerned for their safety and security after watching the latest news on television. Furthermore, many foreign countries have warned their citizens not to travel to Egypt because of the high risk of violence. As the number of tourists has been dropping rapidly, tourism minister Hisham Zaazou will have to come up with marketing schemes to get the tourists to come back.
In addition, the political strife in Egypt has led to a decrease in foreign investment in the country. Before the violence Egypt was welcoming of foreign investment, so the government needs to get back to that image.
Egypt has a robust and fair social security and welfare system for its citizens. The system is designed to help those in need, particularly people who cannot get jobs. Government employers and employees are required to contribute to the national insurance scheme to cover an array of benefits.
Unemployment has skyrocketed over the past few years due to the political changes taking place. The World Bank Group is doing its best to provide training and support so that development can continue in the job sector.
The Zewail City of Science and Technology was finally established after the January 2011 political protests. The project will help train 5,000 promising and talented students. The goal of the project is to bring Egypt into the 21st century by increasing productivity and exploring new technologies.
In September 2012 an agreement was signed between Egypt’s ICT sector and a U.S. business delegation to help stimulate economic growth in Egypt. One of the first focuses of the deal was to improve infrastructure at the Cairo International Airport in conjunction with the Cairo Airport Company.
Egypt is very open to foreign investment, although
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