EGYPT: Crisis?

In consequence of recently terminated Egyptian elections—the first to be held under the new Constitution (TIME, April 28)—the Cabinet of Yehia Ibrahim Pasha, Minister of Education in the Jewfik Nassim Cabinet of 1922, resigned.

A famed Egyptian politician, who controls 90% of the seats in the newly elected Parliament—Said Zaghlul Pasha—was summoned to the Aidin Palace in Cairo, Capital of Egypt, and was requested by King Fuad to form a Ministry, which he did. After leaving the Palace he was greeted by tremendous ovations.


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