Egypt to reshuffle Muslim Brotherhood's frozen funds
Egypt's Minister of Social Solidarity will form a committee to handle the funds of the Muslim Brotherhood's societies that benefit citizens.
The cabinet has recently decided to form a committee to manage the Muslim Brotherhood's funds pursuant to a court ruling that bans the organisation and freezes its funds. The committee's tasks will involve reviewing the associations' accounts and businesses and writing reports on their activities and financial positions, in addition to authorising expenditure to meet the societies' needs. These societies are not allowed to access their frozen funds unless they get approval from the committee.
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