In Egyptian Regency Council emphasizes army's
strength: General Naglb's removal ol Colonel Idohanna from the Egyptian Regency Council is considered by Ambassador Caffery toign of the strength of the army's inner
Tbe Embassy points out that Mohanna did not belong to the military group which planned theuly coup, and that he was selected for the Regency Council only because of bis high reputation as an army officer.
Caffery adds that some sources in Egypt believe that Honanna represented the lloslem Brotherhood and that his dismissal may be connocted with army efforts to curb tbe
Comment: Nagib's nummary dismissal of Colonel Hohanna and the resignation of Mohammad Barakat remove the two strongest men on the three-man Regency Council, further evidence that the army is steadily consolidating its Prince Konelm, the provisional regent, can be expected to be completely docile.