Hisham Talaat Mostafa

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May 21, 2022

Hisham Talaat Mostafa is an Egyptian businessman and politician, born on December 9, 1959. He was the head of the Talaat Mostafa Trading Group and the youngest son of the businessman, Talaat Mostafa. Hisham Talaat Mostafa was a member of the Policies Committee of the National Democratic Party, the ruling party in Egypt, before the party was dissolved in 2011 and a deputy in the Shura Council for a period before January 2011.

Its beginnings

Hisham Talaat Mostafa obtained a high grade in high school in 1976 and entered the Faculty of Engineering for a period of 3 months and then transferred to the Faculty of Commerce after his mother, Talaat Mostafa, convinced him that he transferred to the Faculty of Commerce to help him manage his companies. He graduated from the faculty in 1980 and took over in a group of companies mother. In 1992, he became a member of the National Democratic Party, and his influence increased and progressed in the party until he became a member of the party’s policies committee and remained a member by acclamation of the important departments in Alexandria (the district of Montazah, Raml and Sidi Gaber) and assumed the presidency of the housing committee in the Shura Council.

Main business activities

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List of Egypt song in 2009

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