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Some predicted the possibility of a military clash between the Sudanese Transitional Council and the Revolutionary Forces, which recently suspended negotiations with the Council of Baran.   In the last few hours, the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) in Sudan decided to escalate with the...
The Sudanese Professionals Association came together to decide on the fate of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir who ruled the country for 3 decades, six days within the demonstrations.  The Minister of Defense, ‘Ūḍ bin ‘Ūf, announced that the army will rule during a transition period of two years...
The Forces for Freedom and Change in Sudan called for night assemblies in different cities across the nation to protest the killing of the protestors in the capital, Khartoum.    Tens of protestors were killed at the beginning of the month when the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), also known as Janjawīd...
In a tweet released by the Former Egyptian Vice-President Muhammad al-Barādeī, he sets out three major pillars for the peoples’ successful transition from authoritarianism to good governance, namely overall consensus on a new Constitution, collective action and transitional justice.   
The current protests in Algeria and Sudan prove a set of basic facts related to Arab politics.    First, the peoples deprived of freedom might desist from demanding it under the burden of the harsh living conditions or for fear of the repressive security apparatuses. However, they come back to...
Dr. Rev. Munīr Ḥanna, Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Egypt, North Africa and the Horn of Africa, said that the Egyptian people chose democracy as their path when they voted for the constitution of 2014.
Studies resumed yesterday in the nuns school in Beni Suef governorate after it has been stopped for a year and a half since it has been burnt in the aftermath of the events that followed the dispersal of Rāb’ah and Nahdah sit ins.
40% turnout on the first day ... The Chief of Staff visits the city and inspect the committees accompanied by the second army commander. Port Said residents continued to vote in the referendum on the Constitution for the second consecutive day yesterday amid tight security while international...
Bishop Pochmious, Bishop of Beheira, also voted on the referendum and stated that the draft Constitution meets the aspiration of all segments of the Egyptian people (Muhammad al-‘Isaawī, al-Tahrīr, Jan. 15, p. 12). Read original text in Arabic.
The Grand Mutfī Shawqī ‘Allām voted on the referendum in Nasr City. He commented that participation in the referendum is a testimony of truth that cannot be withheld (Al-Shaymā’ ‘Abd al-Lattīf, al-Tahrīr, Jan. 15, p. 11). Read original text in Arabic.

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