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Mahmoud Wagdy

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Preceded by  Habib el-Adly
Succeeded by  Mansour el-Essawy
Role  Egyptian Politician
Name  Mahmoud Wagdy
Religion  Islam

Mahmoud Wagdy Exinterior minister Mahmoud Wagdy testifies in Morsis jail break
President  Hosni Mubarak Mohamed Tantawi (Acting)

Mahmoud Wagdy (born 1948) is an Egyptian politician and a former minister of interior.

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Early life and education

Wagdy was born in 1948. He graduated from the Police Academy 1968.

Career

Wagdy was the head of Cairo criminal investigations department and the head of prisons. He was appointed interior minister by President Hosni Mubarak on 31 January 2011, replacing Habib al-Adly. Wagdy's tenure lasted brief and was replaced by Mansour el-Essawy who was appointed by Prime Minister Essam Sharaf on 5 March 2011.

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Mahmoud Wagdy Wikipedia


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