Kuwaiti journalist Ahmad Al Sarraf hailed President Abdel Fattah El Sisi as a strong bulwark against attempts by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group to rule Egypt.
Writing in the Kuwaiti daily Al Qabas online newspaper, Al Sarraf said the country’s conditions in the era of MB member former president Mohamed Morsi had deteriorated, which prompted millions of Egyptians to take to the streets in protest at the MB rule and topple Morsi.
He went on to say that President Sisi managed in a few years to take bold decisions for achieving the desirable stability and stopping the state’s collapse.
The Kuwaiti writer noted that President Sisi succeeded in pushing the country forward, through refurbishing the Egyptian capital and establishing the New Administrative Capital, as well as introducing economic reforms which led to floating the Egyptian pound to stem the rise in the US dollar exchange rate in black markets.
He signaled that the Egyptian leader had drawn up five-year and ten-year development plans for all governorates and managed to greatly reduce the financial and administrative corruption in the construction sector.