Minister of Manpower and Immigration Aisha Abdel hadi of Egypt

Before assuming office, Abdel Hadi had been a trade union member for decades.
Abdel Hadi is the first female member of a trade union to be appointed in the Shura Council, the first female to have a place in the International Labour Organisation and the first woman to become Minister of Manpower in Egypt's modern history.
In an interview with the weekly magazine Sabah el-Kheir last week, Abdel Hadi said her ministry was planning a new arrangement to help employers and employees settle their differences related to privatisation.
Manpower Minister Aisha Abdel Hadi has sent an official letter to the Arab Labor Organization (ALO) to emphasize that Egypt is ready to receive the ILO mission.
27/ 2/ 2008The two copies of the minister's speechAisha Abdel Hadi is lying.
Aisha Abdel Hadi said in her speech: "The government has recently determined the minimum wage in Egypt.
I only care about the workers, not the colour of their candidacy," Abdel Hadi said in an interview, insisting that "police would not intervene in the elections.
Abdel Hadi was herself vice president of the Itihad, while being a senior member of the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP.
Labour Minister Aisha Abdel Hadi has already met the workers and promised the 24,000 employees a bonus worth 15 days’ pay, Attar said.
Labour Minister Aisha Abdel Hadi has already held talks with workers at the factory and promised the 24,000 employees a 15-day bonus, Attar said.
Abdel Hadi said the meeting covered issues pertaining to health and social insurances in conformity with the president's electoral program.
According to the official Middle East News Agency, Abdel Hadi took the decision after assurances from the Saudi government that Egyptian doctors would get contracts guaranteeing treatment equal to that of their Saudi counterparts.