Dec. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt’s Prosecutor General Talaat Ibrahim, named by President Mohamed Mursi on Nov. 22 to a four-year term, has resigned, Middle East News Agency reported, citing a letter to the country’s Supreme Judiciary Council.
The resignation follows a strike by hundreds of prosecution office employees today demanding his resignation, the state-run news service said.
Ibrahim asked the council in the letter to accept his resignation at its Dec. 23 meeting, MENA reported.
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