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The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) submitted a demand to the Supreme Electoral Commission (SEC) to nullify the names of candidates who resort to defamation in their parliamentary electoral campaigns in accordance with item 14 of article 74 /2015 of the electoral codes of conducts...
In a statement he disclosed to Al-Shurūq, Egypt's Culture Minister Helmi Namnam confirmed that he is against a political Islam and terror acts that harm Egypt, adding: “I advocate an Egyptian moderate Islam.” He further noted, that he was the first to use the term 'the Egyptian Islam' in the media...
The Future University in Egypt hosted its first international conference entitled, “Middle East strategic landscape 100 years after the First World War”, from September 12-14 2015. FUE, one of the newest universities located in New Cairo, jointly arranged and managed the seminar under the faculty...
Perhaps no prominent personality has been more criticized by political powers since the sparked January 25 Revolution like Ahmad al-Zend. His provocative comments over the years made him reputed for inflammatory statements, like “We [judges] are the masters and the rest are the slaves”. Although,...
In a cabinet of 33, three appointees are women. Ghāda Wāli retained her position as minister of social solidarity. Nabīla Makram was appointed as minister of immigration and Egyptian expatriate affairs, and Sahar Nasr was named minister of international cooperation.
Egyptian President `Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi swore in a new government on Saturday, a week after the previous administration resigned following a corruption scandal and less than a month prior to parliamentary elections, the first since 2012.
In statements disclosed to parliamentary reporters today, Saturday, judge Majdi al-`Ajāti, the newly appointed minister for Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, confirmed that transitional justice will be given high priority, pointing out that the decision to revert the Ministry of Transitional...
In a report disclosed by the independent U.S.A.-based media outlet Al-Monitor, Hāni Raslān, an expert in African affairs at Al-Ahrām Center for Political and Strategic Studies, said: “ Resorting to the church or to religious institutions at the present time to resolve the ongoing dispute over the...
In a statement disclosed to Al-Tahrīr, Councilor Muhammad `Abd al-Na`īm, president of the United Organization for Human Rights, said that Egypt's new constitution has some flaws, however, he added, any amendment to its articles prior to the upcoming parliamentary elections would bring Egypt back...
Al-Bawāba News has observed a rising tension between senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood and the young factions of the MB Organization. According to the newspaper sources, the Secretary  General and spokesman of the London-based International Muslim Brotherhood Organization, Ibrahīm Munīr,...
In a live interview during the TV program “The Way to the House of Representatives” on Al-Haya 2 Channel, Dalia Zeyāda, head of The Egyptian Center for Free Democracy Studies, said that the new Constitution granted equal rights for Egyptian women on what concern wages and job opportunities,...
According to the analysis conducted by an expert of the world largest political risk consultancy, the Eurasia Group , the phenomenon of terror will be growing in the region of the Near East, as can be observed in Egypt's peninsula, Sinai. According to the report, Islamist armed militia operations...
Upon the interference of Hūsām al-Dīn Imām, the Governor of Dakahlia, an end to the crisis over construction of the annexed administrative building to the “Virgin Mary Church” in the Torīl district of Al-Mansūrah East / Dakahlia was set.
Media outlet reported that Hāshim Hassan, a prominent leader of Egypt's banned Muslim Brotherhood has died, Wednesday, in the (South) Qena prison due to “deliberate medical negligence”, according to a statement disclosed by the family of the defendant.
The Political Parties Affairs Committee (PPAC) has not yet taken a decision regarding the controversial request submitted by the No-To- Religious-Parties Campaign, which many believe is backed by Egypt's government attempting to exclude political parties based on religious backgrounds from the...
During a workshop held on Wednesday on “Freedom and Integrity of Egypt's Parliamentary Elections: Between National Legislation and International Principles”, Nabīl Hilmi, dean of the Faculty of Law in Egypt's University of Al-Zaqazīq said: “Instead of seeking the integrity of elections, one ought...
During a live interview conducted on Wednesday by “Al-Hayā al-Yawm” team, head of Ḥizb al-Tajammu‘ Party and member of the Constitution 50-committee, Hussein `Abd-al-Rāziq said that those who call for a constitutional amendment want President Al-Sisi to become “an absolute ruler”, emphasizing that...
The Isma`ílyia Criminal Court's session in the Tora Police Academy, which is presided by judge Sa`īd `Abdīn, reviewed the speech of ousted President Mursi on June 26, 2013, few days before the massive nationwide demonstrations demanding fresh presidential elections and an end to the ruling of the...
In a preliminary verdict, an Egyptian Court in the Central of Cairo has issued the death penalty of eight convicts for being members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood Organization, as well as life sentences for 77 further defendants. Thispreliminary Verdicts can be appealed in accordance to...
During his meeting with correspondents and editors of one of Europe's largest digital houses, Axel Springer SE, the Egyptian ambassador Badr `Abd al-`Āti criticized the inaccuracy of Western media reports on alleged mass trials, explaining the proceedings of the country's judicial system on what...
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