A few hours ago, one of the most important pillars of the Mubarak regime, Safwat Al-Sharif, the former Minister of Information, Chairman of the Shura Council and Secretary-General of the National Party, passed away from our world. Sharif died of leukemia, and his health deteriorated a few days ago, and died in Nile Valley Hospital a few days after his transfer to it.
And almost no one in Egypt is ignorant of the elites of the Sharif, who has been in the decision-making circles for nearly 60 years, from the days of Sadat until the end of the Mubarak era, had leukemia nearly 6 years ago, and his death was in the Nile Valley Hospital in Hadayek al-Qobba, and he was among the last His statements before his transfer to the hospital and the deterioration of his health, is his confirmation that he is not infected with Corona.
We highlight to our followers the most important information about Safwat Al-Sharif
- He was born in 1933 in Gharbia Governorate.
- Graduate of the College of Military Sciences.
- He holds American citizenship.
- He was one of the intelligence officers in the sixties.
- He was condemned during the reign of Salah Victory In the case of “intelligence deviation” in 1968.
- Contributed to the establishment of a number of Egyptian television and satellite channels, Nilesat.
- One of the founders of the National Party in 1977.
- Secretary General of the National Party during the period from 2002 to 2011.
- He held the largest period of Minister of Information from 1982 until 2004.
- He served as Chairman of the Shura Council.
- He was the head of the Public Information Authority during the Mubarak era.
- Mubarak sacked him before he stepped down in 2011.
- He was charged in corruption cases and in Al-Jamal, and he was acquitted of the latter and convicted in the first.
- He was tried in graft cases.
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