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As of April 2014, the President of Egypt is Adly Mansour, who is acting as the interim leader until the government drafts a new constitution and organizes the next election. A new leader is likely to be elected in 2014.

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Who is the current leader of Egypt?
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Adly Mansour was sworn in as Egypt's interim leader after the previous President, Mohamed Morsi, was removed from the position by force in July 2013. Mansour is a judge and president of Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court, and he does not represent any of Egypt's political parties. Mansour does not plan to stand in future elections. Egypt also has a Prime Minister, who is currently Ibrahim Mahlab.

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