Monday, June 27, 2011

Non-Egyptians will not be allowed to own land in Sinai

Ahram Online, Monday 27 Jun 2011
Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has announced that non-Egyptians will not be allowed to own land in Sinai.

Sharaf also stated that the Council of Ministers will cancel fees formally imposed on Sinai produce, and create a special authority mandated with developing the peninsula.

The Sinai Development Committee is preparing a draft law to guarantee the best ways to use and manage land in Sinai, and allow citizens of the peninsula to own land there.
According to the law, a special authority would be formed for the comprehensive development of Sinai. It would be tasked with creating job opportunities, improving services and opening a university for the residents of the peninsula.
It would also regulate the buying and leasing of land for Egyptians, while foreigners would still be banned from such practices.

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