Anas el-Fiqqi (alternate spelling: Anas El Feki, Anas El-Feki, Anas Al-Faki, Anas al-Fiqi, Anas El-Fekky or el-Fiqi) is an Egyptian politician.
A demand voiced by some of those involved in the 2011 Egyptian protests was that el-Fiqqi step down as Minister of Information. On 10 February 2011, ahead of an address to the Egyptian people by President Hosni Mubarak, el-Fiqqi told Reuters that Mubarak would not be standing down as President, despite widespread rumours to the contrary.
The same day he resigned from his position as Minister of Information.
- Magda El-Ghitany, The honest chameleon, Al-Ahram Weekly, 5–11 January 2006
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