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A large number of ministers and public figures, politicians and artists, were keen to attend the condolences of Amin Tamer Musa, the son of Dr. Maya Morsi, President of the National Council for Women, which was held at the Mosque of the Field Marshal in the fifth assembly on Wednesday evening.
The consolation of Amin Tamer Moussa, son of the businessman, Tamer Moussa, and Dr. Maya Morsi, President of the National Council for Women, witnessed the attendance of the Prime Minister Dr. Mustafa Madbouly. Also participated in the condolence was Mohamed Saafan, Minister of Manpower, Nabila Makram, Minister of Immigration, Tariq Shawky, Minister of Education, and Enas Abdel Dayem Minister of Culture, Osama Haykal, Minister of State for Information, Dr. Nevin Al-Kabbaj, Minister of Social Solidarity, Dr. Ali Moselhi, Minister of Supply, Dr. Khaled Al-Anani, Minister of Antiquities and Tourism, Dr. Mohamed Shaker, Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports, and Minister of Agriculture Of Mr. Short, Major General Khaled Abdel Aal Governor of Cairo, and Mohammed Faiq National Chairman of Human Rights.
A large number of ministers and former officials also participated in the condolences, including Dr. Hisham Al Sharif, former Minister of Local Development, Dr. Tariq Qabil, former Minister of Trade and Industry, Yahya Rashid, former Minister of Tourism, Amr Al Jarhi, former Minister of Finance, and Ahmed Zaki Badr, former Minister of Local Development .
The condolences were also attended by Ambassador Mohamed Al-Orabi, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Tariq Qabil, former Minister of Trade and Industry, and businessman Tariq Noor.
The condolences was attended by a delegation from the sheikh of Al-Azhar, headed by Sheikh Saleh Abbas, the undersecretary of Al-Azhar, to offer condolences to the family of Dr. Maya Morsi.
A number of artists also participated in the mourning, including the artist Ashraf Zaki, the captain of the acting professions, the artist Yousra, Nahal Anbar, Hani Salama, Ilham Shaheen and her brother, and members of the House of Representatives, including Representative Margaret Azar, Undersecretary of the Human Rights Committee in the House of Representatives, and Representative Anisa Hassouna.
A number of female parliamentarians congratulated Dr. Maya Morsi, including Representative Margaret Ezer, Undersecretary of Human Rights in the House of Representatives, and Representative Amna Naseer.
The son of Dr. Maya Morsi passed away on Monday evening, and the funeral took place Tuesday from the Sayyida Nafisa Mosque.