Don't see that as similar at all. Kontor accounts for 15% of GDP, Sukari is merely a spec. The current government is looking towards more private investment in mines, not less. There is still lots of socialist thinking in the former Soviet Union but Egypt has abandoned that decades ago as witnesssed by the socialists garnering a very small percentage of the vote in the previous elections. The two situations are not analogous in any way. The lease is perfectly fine the way it is and is more than generous to Egypt wrt international standards.