Faiza Abou el-Naga
Faiza Abou el-Naga is an Egyptian politician who served as minister of planning and international cooperation of Egypt during the Mobarak era and the transition period.
Career and activities
Naga was the minister of planning and international cooperation in the cabinet led by Ahmed Nazif. She retained her post in the preceding cabinets. She was a member of the National Democratic Party and served in its policy secretariat.
It was reported that Naga was the principal instigator of the action on 6 February 2012, to criminally charge 43 members of non-governmental organizations in Egypt with operating without required licenses, an occurrence which has seriously strained relations with the United States.