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Sisi to name metro station after Adly Mansour

To show his appreciation, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will name a metro station after former interim President Adly Mansour

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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi instructed to name a metro station in Cairo after former interim President Adly Mansour, honoring him for serving Egypt, transportation minister said on Thursday, Egypt Independent website reported.

Mansour, the Egyptian judge, served as acting president following the overthrow of former Muslim Brotherhood-backed President Mohammad Mursi, who was pushed out of power after months of army-backed mass demonstrations.

In a phone interview with “Bi Ikhtisar” (In Short) program, Transportation Minister Engineer Hani Dahi, also discussed future transportation projects in the country, saying that a number of companies are heavily competing in their bids to join national development projects.

He confirmed that President Sisi is strict on delivery deadlines and quality of the projects, adding that companies which do not respect delivery deadlines for under-construction metro stations, will have “no place” in taking the country forward.