Talaat Ibrahim Abdallah (left) meeting Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi (right)
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Egypt public prosecutor Talaat Ibrahim offers to resign

Egypt's new public prosecutor has offered to resign from his post after protests about his appointment.

Talaat Ibrahim was appointed by President Mohammed Morsi last month after his predecessor was sacked.

The move prompted anger among members of the judiciary who saw the sacking of Abdel Maguid Mahmoud as an attack on their independence.

Alpa Patel reports.

  • 18 Dec 2012
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