Egypt's Prime Minister (PM) Moustafa Madbouly congratulated President Abdel El-Sisi and the Egyptian people on the 9th anniversary of the 30 June Revolution.
At the outset of the Cabinet weekly meeting, Madbouly stressed that 30 June revolution will remain a milestone in Egyptian history, as millions of Egyptians took to the streets, demonstrating against plans to obliterate the identity of this country and prejudice its security and capabilities.
Moreover, PM affirmed that the government will continue the process of work and construction, under the leadership of President Sisi, to achieve development goals, and enhance Egypt's position regionally and globally.
It is worth mentioing that, the 2013 revolution on 30 June marks the day when millions of protesters rushed to the streets to protest against the Muslim Brotherhood-led government and then-President Mohamed Morsi.
The June revolution led to the ousting of Morsi and put an end to the one-year Muslim Brotherhood ruling in what has been seen as a victory for the people’s will.
The June revolution came only two years after the 25 January Revolution in 2011, which forced late former President Hosni Mubarak to leave office after 30 years as president and paved the way for the country’s first democratic presidential elections.