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 Political parties and factions assured that the first 100 days of Sīsī in office were a full of actions without much noise.
Pope Tawadros stated in a meeting with a delegation of the British House of Commons and House of Lords  that June 30 was a popular revolution in which the church and the Azhar participated. The army intervened to fulfill the demands of the people. He stated that the Church has paid the price by...
Ambassador Mirvat al-Tillāwī, head of the National Council for Women, has reportedly dismissed the delegation of the EU Election Observation Mission (EOM) at a conference held Saturday (May 31), in the Cairo Opera House, to discuss women’s participation in the presidential elections.
After thanking the security forces and judiciary for their roles in facilitating  the elections, Grand Muftī Shawqī Allām called upon all Egyptians to support the coming president in this critical part of Egypt’s history
On July 3, 2013, the civil forces united against the Muslim Brotherhood. Their representatives agreed in a meeting with then-army chief 'Abd al-Fattāh al-Sisi, Shaykh Al-Azhar and the Pope of the Egyptian Church to oust Muhammad Morsi, in preparation of a transitional period to be followed by...
A large number of candidates running in the third round of the parliamentary elections paid visits to the church to congratulate it over the New Year while candidates of the Salafī al-Nūr Party refrained.   Bishop Bīshūy, Secretary of the Holy Synod, refused to meet any candidates, adding that the...
Since the official start of the registration process on 12 January, the Ministry of Solidarity issued permits for 43 Egyptian NGOs to observe the upcoming parliamentary elections, according to Ayman ʿAbd al-Jawwād, general manager of NGOs at the ministry.
Scholars of Islamic sharī'ah and the Azhar agreed that Shaykh Mahmūd 'Āmir, the chairman of the Ansār al-Sunnah al-Muhammadīyah (Supporters of the Prophet's Sunnah) Association in Damanhūr, was not right in his fatwa prohibiting voting in the elections for Muslim candidates who do not observe daily...
The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party concluded a closed conference Tuesday by warning the ruling military council against issuing general constitutional principles. The party's executive committee, the secretaries of its branches and political candidates participated in the meeting....
Parties and political forces expressed the same currents of dissatisfaction and deep concern over the events in Egypt yesterday (September 10) of assault and damage to buildings and vital installations.
A meeting between different political parties had lasted until dawn on Sunday, September 4, 2011 to discuss boycotting the upcoming parliament elections.  
By announcing their participation in the upcoming parliamentary elections under the illegal “Islam is the answer” slogan, the Muslim Brotherhood is challenging everyone from the participating political parties to the Supreme Commission for Elections, which does not allow religious slogans. Key...
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