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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.
Pope Tawadros, too, has cast his vote in the constitutional referendum after asking for permission from the queue to vote before them. A lady waved the flag of Egypt to him and women were hallowing in happiness. People also sang the national anthem in celebration of the referendum in Abāssiyah (...
The author, Ayman al-Jundī, believes that the reason behind the advancement of Europe is democracy, which he says is the best system of governance developed by mankind. He points out that democracy does not mean to run fair elections, but it is a whole cultural system of peaceful devolution of...
We are now passing the sixth anniversary of the January Revolution, which was the hope of the Egyptian people for freedom, human dignity, and social justice, which are still a demand of the masses, and were drafted into the Egyptian constitution and became binding on all state institutions despite...
Over the course of two days, 25 Egyptian civil society organizations will meet to form the "Alliance of Civil Society Organizations for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR)", the first of its kind in the world to be established formally and permanently.
A Movement calling itself “the Civic Patriotic Alternative” had launched a new political initiative that seeks to discuss ways required to solve the current crisis of Egypt. Without submitting clear political approaches for dealing crucial problems the country endures, the Movement believes that...

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