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Counselor Ahmad Mikkī, the minister of justice, said President Muhammad Mursī’s decision to abolish the complementary constitutional declaration was based on the popular legitimacy he acquired through his election as president of the republic.
Background: ʿAmru al-Miṣrī is an Egyptian journalist who works for the Middle East News Agency (MENA), the official Egyptian news agency. He was the agency’s correspondent in Ankara between 2013 and 2016. He arrived in Cairo a week before this interview (17.07.2016) that was conducted two days...
The author begins by highlighting the number of Muslim Brothers elected in the 2005 parliamentary elections. He goes on to discuss his meeting with members of the Brotherhood, and their real goals for Egypt as stated in 2005, and looks back to consider how much of what was expected was actually...
Engineer Sāmī al-Bihirī, a cynical writer currently living in the Unites States of America speaks about challenges for Copts in Egypt, internal affairs and terrorism.
The author deals with the recent troubles between the authorities and the judges amidst protests by judges concerning rigging of the parliamentary elections.
Al-Karma Center for Human Development has suddenly emerged as an important development center funded from abroad, although the name of its chairman, Ahmad Usāma, was not known in civil society circles.
A few months ago the US Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, declared that the American Administration would not mind if the elections brought a religious political force to power in the Middle East.
Yousuf Sidhom returns to an issue he feels has been neglected, given the dramatic incidents in Egypt in the last six months, that is the problem with religious identity and ID and voting cards.
Intellectual Fahmī Huwaydī criticizes in an interview ailing political practices and blames political parties that fail to rise up to people’s expectations due to their frail partisan performance and internal disputes and power struggles.
In the last parliamentary elections, there were attempts to twist the laws and exploit religion and religious slogans for political gains, a matter that calls for a firm pause. As for the Copts, some say they should have a larger representation in various dimensions of the government. Many...

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