CAIRO (Reuters) - A reshuffle of the Egyptian cabinet will be done early next week, Prime Minister Hisham Kandil said in remarks carried on state newspaper al-Ahram's website on Monday, but he declined to give details on which ministries will be affected.
President Mohamed Mursi's opponents have been demanding the formation of a new government to oversee parliamentary elections expected to begin this year.
The Muslim Brotherhood, the movement that propelled Mursi to power last year, has also become increasingly critical of the Kandil government.
(Reporting by Ali Abdelatti; Writing by Asma Alsharif; Editing by Louise Ireland)
Meanwhile, the F-35 is still a train wreck
The Remainderman | Human Events
Email Scandal Spin: No, Hillary, Powell and Rice Didn't 'Do It Too'
Concealed Carrier Thwarts Possible Mass Shooting in NOLA
Donald Trump Cancels All New Hampshire Events Today | RedState
Mike Shedlock - World's First Robot-Run Lettuce Farm to Produce 30,000 Heads Daily; Tipping Point for Workerless Agriculture
'Not enough eye bleach on earth' to erase what Hillary just did in public [Vine]