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AUC TA Sonbul shot in Rabaa but officially declared to have died naturally

Posted on 18. Aug, 2013 by in News

AUC TA Sonbul shot in Rabaa but officially declared to have died naturally

Ahmed Sonbol, a biology TA at AUC, was killed on Wednesday, August 14th, during the dispersal of Morsi supporters sit-in at Rabaa El Adaweya.

The 24 year-old MSA pharmacy graduate was an aspiring researcher in the field of Marine Biology, and preparing to do his masters in Turkey in a month.

Hossam El Shafei, who was with Ahmed Sonbol, told us that Ahmed was shot near the traffic unit at Nasr street around 11:20 AM.

Sonbol was taken to the field hospital, but due to his seemingly superficial injury wasn’t paid immediate attention.

“Ahmed was not feeling any pain, and it was not clear where he was shot,” El Shafei said, but when Sonbol’s shirt was lifted, his stomach was bleeding.

“It turned out that a fire shot went through Ahmed’s stomach and that he was suffering from severe internal bleeding. The doctors tried to rescue him using perfusions but it was too late.” He added.

Sonbol is survived by his parents and 5 sisters, who moved in to Egypt with him after the father was detained in UAE for allegedly being part of a cell that seeks to destabilise the country.

Sonbol’s mother and his sisters were always worried about him, however, “they were surprisingly calm after his martyrdom,” according to El Shafei.

Many hospitals refused to issue the death certificate, until the prosecutor in charge gave them the choice to either call it a natural death; or, if they insist to prove he was shot, they will be directed to Nasr City prosecution.

El Shafei told us that in addition to the non-preferred delay, they were expecting that Nasr City prosecution would declare it as a suicide or an accident, so the family proceeded with it as a natural death.

Sonbul was buried in Masr El-Seweis cemetery the next day. The family however photographed Sonbol’s injuries to be used later.


Remembering Ahmed Sonbol

Ahmed Sonbol had been a member of the Muslim brotherhood for a long time as well as his father, Doctor Ali Sonbol, who was arrested in UAE among 11 members of the Muslim brotherhood last January on allegations of “helping to train local Islamists in subversion tactics”.

Ahmed had told Reuters that his father is a medical doctor who had no political activity, and that he was arrested without charges.

Kareem Khaled, a RA at AUC, and a friend of Sonbol, describes that both the father and the son were not political activists and that they were part of the Brotherhood for its “educational and religious aspects”, adding that he collected donations regularly for the Syrian and Palestinian victims, memorised the Quran, and used to teach it to the children.

Sonbol was participating frequently in Rabaa sit-in, but was not available very often, as he was preparing for his masters in Turkey, according to Khaled. “Ever since the coup, Ahmed used to go to Rabaa from time to time, as it was a meeting place with his friends,” he added.

“Sonbol cared a lot about his mother, his five sisters, and his friends,” Kareem Khaled concluded.

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اعتقال مهند الطنطاوي الطالب بالجامعة الأمريكية وتوجيه تهمة جماعية له ومن معه

Masked men attack 5 AUC students in a car and shoot one dead

Posted on 29. Jul, 2013 by in News

Masked men attack 5 AUC students in a car and shoot one dead

M-Samir-Ghanima--RIPLast Friday, AUC community has lost the fellow student Mohamed Samir Ghanima who was shot dead, while four other AUCians were injured.

The 5 students Mohamed Ghanima, Paula Shoukry, Kareem Hossam, AbdelRahman Khalil and Tarek Akmal were together to study for a summer session Mechanical Engineering final exam. Three of them were seriously injured but they are recovering and are in stable condition.

Driving off ElHegaz street around 8pm, a jeep car with four masked gunmen suddenly approached theirs and told them to stop. When they refused and attempted to drive away, one masked man started firing gunshots at them.

“Mohamed Samir took a fatal bullet to the head, Paula took a bullet to the chest, Kareem Hossam took a bullet which entered through his left forearm and exited through his left elbow then continued through his left side,” according to AbdelHalim Hamid, who was present at Cleopatra Hospital in Heliopolis where the injured students remain.

Moreover, AbdelRahman Khalil’s arms and head had shrapnel wounds, and Tarek Kamal had minor flesh wounds.

Remembering Ghanima

Mohamed Ghanima, a 20-year old student, was majoring in mechanical engineering, and due to graduate in one year.

We spoke to Mohamed El Gohary, Ghanima’s best friend since his first semester in 2009, who said: “Mohamed’s best quality is that he was the best friend you can ever have”, said El Gohary.

“We could easily say that he was a very devoted person that cared for his family and friends more than he did for himself,” said Ahmed Wahsh, a friend of Ghanima for 15 years.

He described Ghanima as a brother and the best childhood friend, said: “Young Mohamed Samir Ghanima was a mischievous character that was always up to something but camouflaged it with a smile.” He added that as they grew older, Ghanima became more and more kind and loving.

Wahsh told us that he contacted AUC President Lisa Anderson who agreed on planning a memorial for Ghanima amid her return to Egypt on August 26th. Other friends also created a Facebook group under the name of “Sadka Garya for Mohamed Samir Ghanima صدقة جارية للشهيد محمد سمير غنيمة ” to collect donations for ongoing charity.

“His legacy will still live on in all of our hearts and a person like Mohamed is not easily forgotten”, Wahsh concluded.

Newly installed six different trash bins on campus: our waste is valuable!

Posted on 23. Feb, 2013 by in News

Newly installed six different trash bins on campus: our waste is valuable!


The university has started a new recycling project on campus last Wednesday to promote recycling and make the best out of our no longer needed stuff.

The newly installed trash bins provide a different container for cans, glass, plastic, food, paper and other trash, each carrying a distinctive colour and opening sign.

Mohamed El Batran, DDC researcher, spoke to us about how the old boxes were not doing the job, and that there used to be only two trash bins, one for food and another for non-food material.

He said: “In order to manufacture paper, trees are cut which causes deforestation; therefore, recycling plays an important role to decrease the impact of the process.”

Dalia Mouris, DDC office coordinator said that children are the ones who usually perform the sorting process manually. The project aims at preventing them from exposing themselves to pollution which could dangerously infect them.

She also noted that if material like paper is mixed with organic material, it no longer becomes recyclable.

Shaymaa Hassan, another research assistant at DDC, said: “Our wastes are very valuable. Those who collect trash depend on them to sustain their lives and sell them.”

On the importance of recycling, she pointed out how Cairo needs the “recycling culture” and intense waste management, saying: “The well educated group is supposed to support such initiatives.”

“The organic waste is used to make compost, something we have been doing on campus for some time now,” she went on.

She added that they are filming an advertisement to spread awareness on the importance of placing trash in its corresponding bin.

The idea was developed by “Sustainable Campus Committee” which is comprised of members from AUC community who care for the environment in general; and the DDC (Desert Development Center) is supporting this project.

DDC researchers going around AUC campus to spread awareness on the new recycling trash bins.

DDC researchers going around AUC campus to spread awareness on the new recycling trash bins.

Registering courses remains a burden, delaying graduation of many

Posted on 18. Feb, 2013 by in News

Registering courses remains a burden, delaying graduation of many

AUC-courses-closed-registrationWith the start of every semester, AUC’ian’s are yet hoping to be able to register their courses in an easy and quick manner.

Many students complain that because of the difficulty finding slots in courses, they are usually behind and this leads to a delay in their graduation.

Shorouq Zulfikar, a business major student with a junior standing said: “I am behind by 2 courses because of this and even though I am a junior, I am with a sophomore standing because of my low credit hours.

quote-News-en-300px-auc-registrationThe problem isn’t only with the registration, it’s also with the not so good professors,” Zulfikar added.

While Amira Walid, IMC student, stressed that “reserve can’t always be closed for students.”

The council for Advising, Registration and Enrollment (CARE), founded by Robert Switzer on October 2012, tries to improve the registration process and open registration at additional times, in addition to developing waiting lists.

However, some students are still not satisfied and are finding many obstacles within the registration process.

Although freshmen are given a higher priority when it comes to registration, some advisors focus on filling in the courses rather than carefully choosing courses that suit and satisfy students.

Safey Sallam, a freshman said: “Although courses were put by my advisor, not all courses timings are suitable for me specially because I live far away and some courses don’t really interest me.

Usually students who struggle to put enough courses per semester require an overload to graduate on time.

Dr. Rasha Mahmoud who helps students with their overload stated that if GPA is above 3, it’s “easier to apply overload.”

She also explained how it takes the registrar 4-5 working days to approve or disapprove the overload and that it depends on how many extra credits the overload is.

Have you been facing difficulties registering your courses this semester? Share your experience through the comments.

A line of work

Posted on 26. Nov, 2012 by in News

A line of work

It was surprising to us to find that an original photograph taken by The Insider AUC team had been effectively taken out of its intended context, cropped excluding The Insider logo, then re-used in another article belonging to news outlet ‘Caravan’.

We invite Caravan to clarify their standing on this issue and add that we are more than happy to openly share our material with them in the future, if they would be so kind to ask and naturally attribute said material to its original source.

As journalists we pride ourselves in facilitating trust in the work we do. The Insider as an organization sees that transparency and honesty in the field of information is of paramount importance.

Needless to mention that we at The Insider highly respect and appreciate Caravan’s integral and long standing work at AUC.

Please find  here the link of The Insider’s original photograph posted on our Facebook page on November 9


The Caravan’s reply:

In regards to a query raised by online AUC publication the Insider ( regarding the use of one of their original pictures, The Caravan would like to clarify the following:

The Caravan reporter Ms. Dalia El-Abd was assigned to cover the Taekwondo story. When meeting with the athletes she asked if she could take a picture of them together, but due to scheduling conflicts this was not possible. As a result she asked if they had any pictures of the tournament and such that they could provide. They sent her the featured Insider picture and two others.

After reviewing the emails, we discovered that the original version of the picture did indeed include the Insider logo. However, it was automatically scaled down and cropped before insertion into layout. Had the editors seen the original picture before it was scaled down, they would have surely detected that it had proprietary rights and removed it forthwith.

Caravan staff hold all proprietary and copy rights, ethical and legal considerations in utmost importance. We also maintain an internal code of ethics which we impress upon our student journalists. We adhere to honest and fair reporting, objectivity, independence, and accuracy.

As such, we are not shy about admitting mistakes when they occur, immediately correcting them and taking every measure to ensure they do not recur.

The picture will be removed from our online edition. The Caravan staff would like to thank the Insider for pointing out our fumble.

Marina Barsoum
Editor-in-Chief, The Caravan


The Insider’s statement:

We very much appreciate the professionalism demonstrated by ‘Caravan’ in admitting their ‘fumble’, even if the words ‘sorry about that’ didn’t feature.

We would like to put this issue to bed however, a few of our more technically aware members seemed a little upset by the explanation ‘Caravan’ gave us. According to said members the crop made, could only have been the result of precise and deliberate handy work, illustrated by the proportions of the modified picture and very unlikely to be the result of any kind of ‘automatic crop’, food for thought.

In regards to where we go from here we would very much like to see a more proactive response from ‘Caravan’ and have them officially clarify the source of the picture in question for the benefit of those who acquired the print before ‘Caravan’ noticed their ‘fumble’.

We would like to thank ‘Caravan’ for being as committed as we are in upholding truthful and honest journalism.


From Caravan’s print issue on December 2nd, 2012



ICGE announces spanning to Germany, becoming the first AUC activity to expand to Europe

Posted on 16. Nov, 2012 by in News

ICGE announces spanning to Germany, becoming the first AUC activity to expand to Europe

ICGE, a student-run activity at AUC, is starting a new branch in Germany, allowing it to span internationally, and aiming this year for a joint conference between all the councils.

“Do what you love , know your dream , fight for it and only fear yourself”, those were the words Omar Abdellatif, ICGE President, addressed more than 700 attendees with during his speech in ICGE’s 13th opening ceremony which took place on Friday, November 9th, in Bassilly Auditorium.

The event hosted as a keynote speaker Mr. Sherif Samy, managing director at Misr Capital Investment Company, and featured various talented performers.

The event mainly featured speeches about success, professionalism, shared life experiences and leadership.

Mr Sherif Samy, managing director at Misr Capital Investment Company, shared his experiences through life emphasising that success is different from one person to another.

“Success is what everyone would believe they want to do, not comparing themselves to anyone else,” Mr Samy said. “We Egyptians lack professionalism,” adding, “in my opinion, being professional is your way to success.”

He strongly advised his audience to develop their leadership, technical, commercial, communication and financial awareness skills.

Organising committee head, Sherif Hafiz, then talked about his experience in ICGE and introduced the committee heads, while academic committee head, Nada Ragab introduced the secretariats.

There were some performances in between the speeches by Sherin Ashraf and Hassan Ramzy [Videos], who both took part in ‘Arabs Got Talent’ TV show last year.

Click for more party picturesThe program lasted for 90-minutes after which the audience were lead into an open area for a party where there was DJ Aniz & Moutaz, a dancing area, and a buffet.

Attendance to the event was open to anyone interested.

What is ICGE?

ICGE (The International Conference on Global Economy) was founded in 2000. The conference hosts around 500 student delegates and 150 organising member students who all engage in various business and economic activities.

ICGE started with only 3 councils, but has now expanded to include 7 councils which are: Council of Printed & Radio Ads (CPR), Council of TV Ads (CTV), Council of Marketing and Public Relations (MPR), Council of Stock Market Simulation (SMS), Council of Business Crisis Simulation (BCS), Council of Investment and Commercial Banking (ICBS) and Juniors Council (JRC).

The secretariats giving the sessions are students from many Egyptian private and state universities.

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ICGE 2012 Team


Q&A of Noam Chomsky’s AUC talk: what’s called conspiracy is just rational planning

Posted on 25. Oct, 2012 by in Arabic, News

Q&A of Noam Chomsky’s AUC talk: what’s called conspiracy is just rational planning

من فقرة الأسئلة خلال ندوة «نعوم تشومسكي» بالجامعة الأمريكية

هل يريد المخططون الغربيون أن تعكس السياسة في مصر الرأي العام الذي مفاده هو أن التهديدات الرئيسية التي يواجهها العالم هي إسرائيل والولايات المتحدة؟

وأن إيران، سواء كنت ترحب بذلك أو لا، ليست بذات التهديد الكبير؟ وأنه ربما سيكون من الأفضل حتى أن تمتلك إيران أسلحة نووية لمواجهة قوة الولايات المتحدة؟

فمثلاً معاهدة عام 1979 المسماة بمعاهدة السلام المصرية-الإسرائيلية.. أنا لم أر استطلاعات الرأي، ولكن صحح لي إذا كنت مخطئاً – أعتقد أن الرأي العام هنا [في مصر] لا يعارض وجود معاهدة سلام، ولكن يعارض جدا ما تقوم به الولايات المتحدة وإسرائيل من انتهاك لتلك المعاهدة.


لو نلقي نظرة على تلك المعاهدة، فإنها تدعو إلى الحكم الذاتي لفلسطين. المعاهدة لا تدعو إلى شطب/منع مصر من المواجهة كي يتسنى لإسرائيل مهاجمة جارتها الشمالية كما تشاء، كما فعلت مرة ومراراً وتكراراً منذ ذلك الحين. ولا تدعو إلى التوسع في بناء المستوطنات في الأراضي المحتلة. هذه هي الطريقة التي تفسر بها الولايات المتحدة وإسرائيل المعاهدة. أفترض أن الرأي العام المصري يعارض ذلك التفسير.

حسناً، هل الولايات المتحدة وحلفاؤها يريدون أن يصبح هذا الموقف هو سياسة مصر؟ لا.

ولذلك يوجد التهديد: الديمقراطية.

ولكن لا أعتقد أن هذه الأمور يمكن اعتبارها بالمؤامرات. إنها مجرد تخطيط عقلاني تماماً، وإنها منهجية جداً وتتماشى مع التفكير المنطقي. أعتقد أننا بتفسيرنا لها على أنها مؤامرات خفية، فإننا فقط نحجب الصورة. إنها في الغالب واضحة جداً.

[24:20 في الفيديو]
[24:20 in the video]

From the Q & A segment from Noam Chosmky’s AUC talk.

Do [western planners] want policy in Egypt to reflect the view that the main threats that the world faces are Israel and the United States?

[And] that Iran, whether you like it or not, is not much of a threat? And that maybe it’d even be better for Iran to have nuclear weapons to offset US power?

Do they want, take say the 1979 so-called the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty. I haven’t seen the polls, but you tell me if I’m wrong. I think public opinion here is not opposed to a peace treaty, but is very opposed to the way the United States and Israel are violating the treaty.


Take a look at that treaty. The treaty calls for Palestinian autonomy. The treaty does not call for Egypt to be removed from the confrontation, so that Israel is then free to attack its northern neighbour as it did once and has done repeatedly since. And to expand settlement in the occupied territories. That’s the way that the US and Israel have interpreted the treaty. The treaty doesn’t say that. And I assume that the Egyptian public opinions opposed to that interpretation of the treaty.

Well, does the United States and its allies want that position to become policy? No.

So therefore there’s a threat of democracy. But I don’t think these things are conspiracies. They’re just perfectly rational planning, and they’re very systematic [and] they make good sense. I think we just obscure the picture if we interpret them in some kind of hidden conspiracies. They’re mostly pretty open.

AUC SU demands University to clarify the “vague” relationship, with regime and US and Israeli embassies

Posted on 05. Aug, 2012 by in News

AUC SU demands University to clarify the “vague” relationship, with regime and US and Israeli embassies

النسخة العربية من المقالة  النسخة العربية من المقالة

After some newspapers quoted a report of an Israeli girl who closely monitored details of political and social life in Egypt over 12 months while studying Arabic literature at AUC, the Student Union of the American University in Cairo (AUC) demanded their University to clarify what is seen by them as a ‘vague’ relationship, with the regime and the American and Israeli embassies.

On top of that, they have put into question the security checks applied by the university when admitting new students.

Noga Malkin, aged 27, in an interview to the Israeli Haaretz tells of how she made friends thanks to her fluent Cairene dialect, she speaks of conversing with people from all spectrums of the social pool like taxi drivers and ordinary people. But also stated that she thought it necessary to hide her Israeli identity and posed as an American student, an action she did not take during her first visit to Egypt back in 2007.

She justifies it saying she was afraid, since one advantage of the police state in the Mubarak era was how police force did not want to get involved at an international level, compared to now with the political strife.

The post made by AUC Student Union on Facebook said: “The Student body which has stood at the front lines and [the students] who risked their lives during the revolution need an immediate clarification..” adding, “No racism or politicisation of a civil entity like the university is meant, however, it would be out of excessive naivety to accept them (Israeli students) without suspicion of espionage.” It concluded by saying: “This cannot and will not just pass by.”

In her interview, Malkin addressed topics regarding Egyptian society with incredible detail, tackling questions regarding homosexuality, a city renowned as ‘the city of garbage’ and other such things. She also drew comparisons between her recent stay and the one she had back in 2007 when she came to Cairo as part of a student exchange program between universities of Israel and AUC.

The report translated to Arabic by the London based news website “Elaph” carried the headline “An Israeli monitored the Egyptians for 12 months from the ‘window’ of the American University,” and comes in about 2,500 words. It covers most of what came through the original interview, in contrast to the one that the renown Egyptian Shorouk newspaper quoted from Elaph in less than 400 words and was entitled “An Israeli spy monitored the situation in Egypt for 12 months without being recognised by anyone.”

On February 9th, ‘SCAF page admin’ had accused AUC of conspiracy, claiming that AUC was under the influence of external parties, who’s interests lay in the breaking up of Egypt society and undermining its politics.

Do you think there should be security checks performed on foreign students of certain nationalities before enrolment in Egyptian universities? Do you think the above story is considered espionage? Let us know through the comments.

SCAF page admin suggests AUC is one of the ‘hidden hands’ and accuses it of conspiracy

Posted on 10. Feb, 2012 by in News

SCAF page admin suggests AUC is one of the ‘hidden hands’ and accuses it of conspiracy

Thursday, Feb.9 afternoon, SCAF (the Supreme Council of Armed Forces) on (أدمن الصفحة الرسمية للمجلس الأعلى للقوات المسلحة), a Facebook page affiliated with it; in what it called, “A State of Understanding (7)”; suggested that the AUC (American University in Cairo) might be utilised; along with others; by the American regime and its security forces, as a tool to “deteriorate Egypt”.


In its post, SCAF accused some of the AUC faculty staff members of “systematic and deliberate mobilisation of a selected group of 40 students to carry out the demolition of Egypt by the youth of Egypt”. According to SCAF, through the following:

  1. Increasing agitation among students against the military.
  2. Promoting the Kazeboon (Liars) campaign at the American University.
  3. Selecting some well-known public figures such as Alaa Abdel-Fattah and Khaled Saeeds’ sister; in order to convince the students at a seminar at the university.
  4. Those chosen spread awareness, advocacy and mobilisation of civil disobedience.
  5. Lifting up signs at the AUC gates with the words: Civil Disobedience.
  6. Finding ways and means to convince and instigate students at the university.
  7. Sending messages (through SMS & BBM) to raise awareness of civil disobedience.

SCAF, referring to the 40 selected students, listed what it called, “their suggested plan” in a timely manner, as follows:

  1. February 11: the Strike (Civil Disobedience) will be started in/by the university.
  2. February 13: resumption of the Strike until a number of 2,000 participating students is reached.
  3. February 15: participation of professors in the Strike, becoming a sit-in.
  4. February 17: participation of AUC workers in the sit-in.
  5. February 21: 3,500 students from the AUC.
  6. February 22: Student Day on Abbas Bridge and all the universities in Egypt will be participating.


The speech follows the hosting of Kazeboon (Liars) screening at the AUC New Cairo campus in the School of Science and Engineering on February 8th, where hundreds of students and faculty members attended the event.


Addressing “them”, SCAF said, “There are no restrictions to be set on the freedom of speech, demonstration and opposition; as long as no harm is being caused to the public interest or no agendas refrain from being plain and visible to the public.” It also claimed that Dr Rabab Al Mahdy and Dr Sameh Naguib (whom SCAF has described as the ones who called for the Civil Disobedience) have both “overlooked the fact the that the AUC is more or less an Egyptian University despite having an American administration, and that its students will never betray their country despite the motives..”.

Moreover, SCAF has further wondered about its doubts concerning the AUC by saying “Does it have a role in this series (of events), which aims to the overthrow and occupation of Egypt in 2015 as reported on different media outlets?”, mentioning the strong strategic ties between Egypt and the American Regime over the last 30 years and wondering, “What is happening?”

“We reiterate that the strategic relations between Egypt after the revolution will always be in the framework of mutual interests, while the hidden hands are beginning to fall. The end is near,” the post concluded.


Earlier this month, the AUC Student Union has made two announcements (12) on February 3rd and 4th that held SCAF responsible for Port Said massacre in which Omar Mohsen; an AUC student; was killed. The AUC Student Union clearly stated the start of Civil Disobedience on February 11 in their second announcement, while insisting on demands that include holding accountable those responsible in SCAF for prosecution.



Later in the evening, the Minister of Education told Yosri Fouda on his show that the accusation of AUC  teachers and students “is surely based on evidence.”

The AUC Student Union showed no response but putting a link to the online post and wrote “Down with the military rule”; a statement that has been followed by other supporting comments on the AUC Student Union Facebook page.

It is expected within the coming hours that Student Union bodies from across the country would release statements in condemn to the post made by SCAF.


A screenshot of SCAF’s post on Facebook

انتخابات علنية تحسم أعضاء المكتب التنفيذى السبعة لـ اتحاد طلاب جامعات مصر

Posted on 21. Aug, 2011 by in Arabic, News

انتخابات علنية تحسم أعضاء المكتب التنفيذى السبعة لـ اتحاد طلاب جامعات مصر

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جرت مساء أمس العملية الانتخابية بشكل علنى لتحديد السبعة أعضاء للمكتب التنفيذى لـ «اتحاد طلاب مصر» الذى يتكون من خمسة أعضاء ممثلين للجامعات الحكومية وعضوين ممثلين للجامعات الخاصة، طبقاً لما تم الاتفاق عليه خلال ورش عمل عقدت من الأربعاء 17 أغسطس وانتهت السبت 20 أغسطس بمؤتمر صحفى.

تم عقد انتخابات ممثلى الجامعات الحكومية أولاً بشكل منفصل والتى شارك فيها بالتصويت 15 جامعة ليختاروا من بين 12 جامعة تقدمت للترشح وفاز بالخمسة مقاعد كل من: جامعة عين شمس – جامعة الأسكندرية – جامعة بنها – جامعة كفر الشيخ – جامعة المنيا.

فيما دارت بعدها مباشرة انتخابات ممثلى الجامعات الخاصة والتى شارك فيها بالتصويت 9 جامعات ليختاروا من بين 5 جامعات تقدمت للترشح وفاز بالمقعدين الجامعة الأمريكية بالقاهرة والجامعة الفرنسية.

ألبوم صور لأحداث انتخابات أعضاء المكتب التنفيذى لاتحاد طلاب مصر

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