Shafik: If I became a President, I’d let Nubians back homes

Amwal al Ghad:

The senior commander Ahmed Shafik, the presidential candidate, assured that he decided when he was PM, to release the two leaders of Muslim Brotherhood Group Khairat Shater and Hassan Malek, because he wasn’t convinced with their charges.

And he assured, if he became a president, that he will make an immediate decision to back the residents of Nuba to their original home, after losing belonging as a result of the former regime injustice and neglecting their rights.

During the meeting hold yesterday by Tourism companies’ chamber around   the presidential candidates’ visions for tourism sector, Shafik added that Islamic movements will not affect on the tourism; referring that there is an  agreement on delaying the study of the beach tourism for five years.