Ahmed: Awami Villas-1 & Awami-2 already constructed few months back .
Awami-3, 5, 6 are under-construction & will be handed over to owners by end of this year till June 2014.
I personally visited Awami-3 & Awami-6... Stuctures of many building is ready & finish work is in progress.
No Body is asking him where he stayed for last 5 years.He just left country when Marriot was deadly hit by a bomb killing almost 100 people and injuring more than 200.He is not telling that nation why Marriott Islamabad and Peshawar, upper stories were always booked for US marines who come under surveillance of Pakistani intelligence agencies.He didn't ask to those agencies that why his two hotels were bombed in Pakistan again and again who were all time in touch with these US marines and their work plans in Pakistan.Now after five years his germs of national services again activated.It is so interesting that he all time got opportunity of setting his hotels where Americans love to spread their wings.
It is time the government took a leadership role in formulating a comprehensive counter terrorism strategy for the country. peace mea,l reactive approach so far followed for dealing with the problem has not worked and is not likely to work in future, once a national strategy has been formulated it should be the government's responsibility to allocate required resources and garner political support for implimenting the strategy
Reiffer is correct in his analysis. You talk about Morsi manipulating the vote? How about Shafik? He was far worse. So Morsi won a large number of votes outside of Cairo and got a lot of rural and poor voters. So, what's your point? Only affluent voters in Cairo really matter?
Morsi has tried to attract foreign investment, as evidenced by his visits to China, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and other contacts made early during his presidency. However, the opposition and counter-revolutionary forces along with the help of the Mubarak media are intent on making sure he fails. With all the obstacles they've created no president could possibly succeed.
The people in Egypt need to understand, Morsi was voted into office. The way to getting him out is by elections. Otherwise, once the opposition gets their way the Islamists will protest until the new government fails. So when does it end? If you don't like a president just protest, until the country is on the verge of collapse? Is this how democracy is supposed to be?
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