Published on: Monday, November 20, 2023 – 6:10 PM | Last updated: Monday, November 20, 2023 – 6:10 PM
A delegation from the Coordination of Youth of Parties and Politicians met with sheikhs, families, associations, clubs, and Nuba youth in the Nuba Center and City of Nasr, and in the Center and City of Aswan.
During the meetings, the coordination delegation presented the coordination’s work axes to support positive participation in the upcoming presidential elections, stressing that it will stand at the same distance from all candidates, while working to educate Egyptians about the necessity of positive participation in this electoral entitlement.
For their part, Nuba youth, Nubian clubs and associations praised the efforts of the political leadership in implementing and enabling development in the border governorates, especially the specific allocations made to Aswan Governorate in general and to the people of Nuba in particular.
The people of Nuba presented their aspirations for the next president, and their proposals for developing Nuba villages, completing the modernization of infrastructure services such as qualified roads and sanitation, in addition to proposals for developing education and health services in the governorate, and mechanisms for creating job opportunities and investment projects for the governorate and its people, especially food industries and benefiting from the industrial zone allocated by them. President of the Republic for the people of Nuba, in addition to vocational training to build the capabilities of young people.
The coordination delegation included Representative Soha Saeed, Secretary of the Coordination Council, a member of the Senate, Representative Akmal Najati, Representative Muhammad Al-Sibai, two senators from the coordination, and Muhammad Salah, Nevin Iskandar, Muhammad Abu Al-Naga, Mark Magdy, members of the coordination.
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