Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Ahmed Nazif

Related Topics

  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Ahmed Nazif   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nazif remained as a caretaker Prime Minister until the new government formed on 27 December 2005.
Ahmed is the transliteration of a Arabic given name that comes from the Arabic Triconsonantal root of H-M-D ("praise"), meaning "highly praised" implying "one who constantly thanks God".
Ahmed Sanjar, a ruler of the Seljuk Turks
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Ahmed-Nazif   (1362 words)

 Al-Ahram Weekly | Egypt | Nazif pumps up the volume   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nazif's speech made clear, however, that fighting unemployment, stimulating direct investments, generating more income for the poor, improving social services, and upgrading the country's economic institutions will all be pursued ahead of political reforms and democratisation.
Nazif is optimistic about the growth rate climbing to six per cent by the end of this year, which will certainly help absorb some new job seekers.
Nazif bluntly indicated that implementing Mubarak's programme would require a flurry of massive privatisations in all sectors, which was in line with the shift in the government's role to "guardian and regulator of economic activities, with implementation of projects and development plans left to the private sector".
weekly.ahram.org.eg /2006/780/eg1.htm   (1250 words)

 Online NewsHour: Egypt Pledges to Lead Region in Democratic Reform -- May 20, 2005
Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif defended his country's effort to move toward a more democratic system even as critics worry upcoming presidential elections will not be free and fair in a newsmaker interview with Margaret Warner.
AHMED NAZIF: Well, he commended it very much; he asked me to send his appreciation to the president about that courageous step, and that he was looking forward for Egypt to set the example in its elections in September to run a free and fair election.
AHMED NAZIF: Well, the reason is that when we look at the history of the Muslim brotherhood itself, they're not pro democracy.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/africa/jan-june05/nazif_5-20.html   (2272 words)

 New Egyptian gov't sworn in with ambitious task ahead - Jul. 15, 2004
Nazif was chosen by Mubarak to form a new government after the much-anticipated resignation of 72-year-old Ebeid, who had served since 1999, and was perceived to have mishandled the economy.
Nazif, who is also known for having used technology to improve his former communications ministry, has also made it a priority to bring more members of the country's younger generation into power.
Nazif's priorities are further reflected in the shape and structure of the new government.
www.inq7.net /wnw/2004/jul/15/wnw_5-1.htm   (491 words)

 Ahmed Nazif - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nazif served as the Minister for Communications and Information Technology in the Obeid Government.
Nazif's successor in the ministry of communications and long time friend Tarek Kamel has collaborated strongly to enhance the egyptian role in international IT markets and improve local infrastructure to support Egypt's exponentially growing demand for IT applications in everyday life.ñ
Nazif resides in a suburban complex with his wife and 2 sons.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ahmed_Nazif   (520 words)

 Egypt State Information Service-Ministries and ministers
Nazif was born in Alexandria on July 8, 1952.
Nazif graduated from the Communications and Electronics Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, in 1973.
When he returned, Nazif worked as a teacher in the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, where he became professor in 1994.
www.sis.gov.eg /En/Politics/Executive/Ministries/040804000000000001.htm   (340 words)

 Transcript for May 15 - Meet the Press, online at MSNBC - MSNBC.com
NAZIF:  Sometimes it does because, you know, you have to understand the Egyptian environment itself; not just the Egyptian environment, probably many countries in a similar case, who were subject to colonialists for a long time.  They don't appreciate very much foreign bodies telling them what to do.
NAZIF:  I don't think that's true as well, and there are many, many cases where this is not true.  We see demonstrations in the street for President Mubarak, for example, spontaneous demonstrations as well.  Nobody mentions that.  How come?  How come the media in other places of the world do not mention that.
NAZIF:  Well, we've declared opposition on this very clearly.  We will not pursue nuclear capability in terms of military use.  And I think that we are one of the most--advocates today of NPT, and I believe that the Egyptian position is very clear on this.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/7862265   (4507 words)

 Ahmed Nazif   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ahmed Nazif(born 1952) is the Prime Minister of Egypt.
Nazif replaced Obeid who had been prime minister for four years.
Nazif, Ahmed Nazif, Ahmed Nazif, Ahmed gl:Amed Nazif pl:Ahmed Nazif
ahmed-nazif.iqnaut.net   (220 words)

 Political and Economic Developments in Egypt - Council on Foreign Relations
NAZIF: I think if we go into this vicious cycle again—not the fuel cycle, but the vicious one—in the sense that, you know, what happened with Saddam Hussein, you know, just saying that we will force him to give up his weapons of mass destruction, send people there, and do things like that, doesn’t work.
NAZIF: We had a brief discussion about Lebanon, not much about Syria, but mostly about the progress that should happen there to make sure that there is—that the political process would continue and that we can get to a conclusion of the problem in Lebanon.
NAZIF: I think that the very recent meeting that happened in Libya yesterday is a part of a series of things that have been going on.
www.cfr.org /publication.html?id=8112   (6655 words)

 AmCham Egypt-Events-Ahmed Nazif at AmCham
Nazif's plan for Egypt's entrance into the global technology race begins with his proposed improvements to the telecommunications sector.
Nazif believes that the key to his bold ambitions lies in the creation of a new telecom act, one that will empower the country's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority to oversee the licensing of foreign companies to operate private networks, while ensuring investors and end-users that the market will remain open to newcomers.
Nazif also emphasized the importance of human-resource development in fields such as software development and education in the high-tech disciplines.
www.amcham.org.eg /Operation/Events/Events00/Ahmed_Nazief.asp   (525 words)

 Egyptian leader sees no opposition to Mubarak - The Washington Times: World - May 05, 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nazif, who is going to Washington in two weeks to meet with President Bush and other U.S. officials, said he expects democratic institutions to develop over the next several elections.
Nazif also was dismissive about complaints in the media and elsewhere that government security forces have interfered with peaceful political rallies.
Nazif acknowledged that some Egyptians will be unhappy if the lack of a competitive race leads to a fifth term for Mr.
www.washingtontimes.com /world/20050504-115130-2160r.htm   (1248 words)

 et - Full Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nazif seems aware of the problem: His first degrees in office forbade his ministers from issuing lofty, unattainable promises (a hallmark of the Ebeid era) and slashed ministers security and transportation details from convoys to a single car, driver and bodyguard.
There are 34 of them (excluding Nazif, who has yet to appoint a deputy prime minister): 15 returning to their seats in the Ebeid cabinet, three Ebeid ministers who were handed new posts, two whose portfolios have been downgraded, and 14 fresh faces.
Nazifs cabinet will come up with its own numbers, El-Saeed continues, but theyll have to work hard to get the people to believe them to regain some of the trust and respect that theyve lost even when the statistics are as plain and real as the hand in front of my face.
www.egypttoday.com /article.aspx?ArticleID=1795   (4251 words)

 Egyptian Gazette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif has said that Egypt's economic and political reforms are irreversible.
Nazif, who took the premiership's seat in July 2004, cited his Government's revamp of the tax and customs regimes, stabilisation of the local pound against major foreign currencies and booming tourism.
Nazif appreciated the standards maintained by the AUC since its inception in Egypt.
www.algomhuria.net.eg /gazette/2/3.asp   (249 words)

 USATODAY.com - Egypt defends its electoral process   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
WASHINGTON — Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif says the Bush administration should give Egypt "the benefit of the doubt" as it cautiously opens its political system.
Nazif, who is visiting the United States this week, said, "Nobody would disagree with (Bush's) call for deepening democracy." But he said the U.S. role should be that of an adviser.
Nazif, 52, an engineer who attended McGill University in Montreal on a scholarship, says all issues are open to debate, except legalizing the Muslim Brotherhood.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2005-05-16-egypt-politics_x.htm   (717 words)

 International Market Research - New Cabinet in Egypt
Ahmed Nazif is considered to be quite young for a prime minister as he is only 52.
For the first time, two of the new ministers are prominent businessmen, Ahmed El-Maghraby and Mohammad Rashid, which raises hopes that Egypt is embarking on reform at last with the appointment of a modernizing technocrat as prime minister.
Nazif consolidated the ministries of foreign trade and industry into one headed by Rashid Mohammed Rashid, a 49-year old businessman.
strategis.ic.gc.ca /epic/internet/inimr-ri.nsf/en/gr126148e.html   (879 words)

 bt - Full Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Mubarak has given Nazif a lengthy to-do list, which tersely charts the country’s economic ills: create jobs, increase exports, attract more investment, and hold down a growing budget deficit equal to 7.5 percent of GDP without upsetting a generous subsidy program serving the lower classes.
Nazif’s new economic team, consisting of the ministers of finance, foreign trade and industry, and investment, will serve as business troika.
Ahmed El-Naggar, an economic analyst with Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS), believes there is a dire need for new policies and strategies to help the country find a cure for the chronic problems that plague it.
www.businesstodayegypt.com /article.aspx?ArticleID=1436   (2418 words)

 Minister's Corner- Interview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Minister Nazif spoke to Al- Ahram Weekly on the importance of the World Summit on Information Society (WSIS) and how far Egypt’s CIT sector has come in the almost four years since the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology was created.
Dr Ahmed Nazif is a man capable of changing the future of Egypt.
Ahmed Nazif is a Minister who is characterized by respect, quietness, modesty and self-confidence, all at the same time.
www.mcit.gov.eg /Interviews.asp   (424 words)

 Viet Nam News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nazif said that Egypt and Viet Nam, both being major exporters and importers, should study possibilities for further co-operation and trade.
Nazif said he was particularly interested in business co-operation with Viet Nam’s fisheries sector, and hoped to develop co-operation with Viet Nam in aquaculture.
Earlier during her visit to Egypt, the Vice President was received by Egyptian President Ahmed Hosni Moubarak while attending the 16th Global Summit of Women in Cairo from June 10-12.
vietnamnews.vnagency.com.vn /showarticle.php?num=03POL150606   (849 words)

 Zogby International
NAZIF: Sometimes it does because, you know, you have to understand the Egyptian environment itself; not just the Egyptian environment, probably many countries in a similar case, who were subject to colonialists for a long time.
NAZIF: What they're not saying, Tim, is that this election will allow any political party in Egypt to present a candidate with no preconditions whatsoever; not the 65, nothing else.
NAZIF: I don't think that's true as well, and there are many, many cases where this is not true.
www.zogby.com /Soundbites/ReadClips.dbm?ID=11366   (8043 words)

 Africast Global Africa Network- News
CAIRO, December 21 -- Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has asked Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif to form a new cabinet, a state newspaper reported on Wednesday, but senior officials expect few changes in important economic ministries.
The economy portfolios in the existing cabinet of Nazif, who was appointed in July 2004, are held by liberals who have reinvigorated a privatisation programme, slashed taxes and implemented other reforms that have been praised by investors.
The state-owned Al-Ahram newspaper said Nazif was holding consultations, after he had been asked to form the new government by Mubarak during a meeting on Tuesday.
news.africast.com /africastv/article.php?newsID=57353   (258 words)

 Ahmad (name) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aḥmad (أحمد also Ahmed), is the transliteration of an Arabic given name that comes from the Arabic Triconsonantal root of H-M-D ("praise"), meaning "highly praised" implying "one who constantly thanks God".
Ahmed Qurei, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority
Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, Brit with ties to al-Qaeda.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ahmed   (312 words)

 albawaba.com middle east news information::Egyptian government, Microsoft sign new deal
Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif on Sunday attended the signing ceremony of a cooperation agreement between the Egyptian government and the International Microsoft Company.
At a joint press conference with Gates after the signing ceremony, Nazif underlined the importance of Gates visit to Egypt as a sign of his keenness on increasing his investments in Egypt.
Nazif noted that cooperation with Microsoft will help enhance education in Egypt by introducing modern technology into the educational process such as electronic education and videoconference.
www.menareport.com /en/business/179536   (200 words)

 Bush urges Egypt to hold free and open elections - Region - Middle East Times   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nazif, making the first official visit to Washington by a prime minister from one of the United States' closest Middle East allies, was upbeat after his discussions with Bush.
Nazif said that the question of international observers had not been raised in detail but Egypt was willing to discuss it.
At a lunch sponsored by the Council for Foreign Relations, Nazif promised to adopt a "brand of democracy that the world can respect" and said that Bush expressed his administration's support.
metimes.com /articles/normal.php?StoryID=20050520-035239-8984r   (677 words)

 INDOlink - US News - Egyptian Diplomat Abducted In Iraq   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nazif had said Egypt was ready to offer its security experience to the interim Iraqi government.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit responded to news of the abduction by saying that Cairo had absolutely no plans to send troops or provide military assistance to Iraq.
Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif had said Egypt was ready to offer its security experience to the interim Iraqi government.
www.indolink.com /displayArticleS.php?id=072304102112   (399 words)

 USATODAY.com - Egyptian lawmakers extend emergency law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif told legislators the two-year extension was important to the government's effort to combat terrorism, the official Middle East News Agency reported.
Bombings that killed at least 21 people in the Red Sea resort of Dahab last week were the third deadly attack in Egypt's Sinai peninsula in two years.
Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif formally asks the Egyptian parliament to renew the country's state of emergency, in front of parliament speaker Fathi Sorour, in Cairo.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2006-04-30-emergency-law_x.htm?csp=34   (478 words)

 Middle East Online
Aisha Abdul Hadi appointed labour and immigration minister in Nazif’s new government.
Aisha Abdul Hadi was appointed labour and immigration minister in the government of Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif that was sworn in on Saturday.
The arrival of the first veiled woman in government came after the country's December parliamentary polls, which saw the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood, who won 20 percent of the seats in the 454-strong assembly.
www.middle-east-online.com /ENGLISH/?id=15375   (405 words)

 BBC NEWS | Programmes | Hardtalk | Ahmed Nazif
Egypt's Prime Minister, Ahmed Nazif, is determined to prov that his country is serious about reform.
Egypt went to the polls twice last year - in September, to re-elect President Hosni Mubarak in the country's first contested presidential election, and in November, where the ruling NDP party secured a large majority in parliament.
But moves towards electoral reform were overshadowed by the imprisonment of key opposition figure Ayman Nour and the shock success of the Muslim Brotherhood, whose candidates won nearly 90 seats in parliament despite being outlawed.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/programmes/hardtalk/4826222.stm   (172 words)

 Nazif on new economic projects in Egypt
Nazif noted that the WEF has proven a real success with more than 1,400 international figures attending.
He noted that the seminar took up a host of important issues in the economic, political and social domains, all centering on means of pushing up investments and accelerating growth rates and reform measures.
Such a resounding success of the forum comes despite the latest violent events in Dahab, said Nazif, hailing the success of the conference as a message of confidence driven home by the international community that Egypt was safe and stable.
www.arabicnews.com /ansub/Daily/Day/060523/2006052310.html   (752 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.