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The author talks about the ruling party’s plans to expand in order to compete with the National Democratic Party, but face limited capacities to guarantee their domination.
Civil rights activist, Sa<sup>c</sup>d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, told Amr Adeeb that it would be legal for Gamal Mubarak to become president if article 76 in the Egyptian constitution were to be abolished. He also advised Mohamed Elbaradei to form a back-up plan in case his seven demands aren't...
Munīr Fakhrī ‘Abd Al-Nūr examines protest movements again the National Democratic Party, reflecting on their causes, effectiveness, and Al- Barād‘ī'’s role in the future of Egyptian politics.
Al-Wafd interviews Lt. Fū’ād ‘Allām to discuss reasons behind sectarian fitnah in Egypt.                           
Muhammad al-Barādi‘ī’s visit to Saint Mark's Cathedral for the Easter Mass created considerable controversy. While some people appreciated the greetings, others considered it a gesture that gives the church an undue political role.
Coptic activist Maurice Sādiq calls on the ruling party to devote 25 percent of parliamentary seats to Copts.
Al-Wafd interviews Muhammad Abū al-Ghār, Head of March 9th Movement, concerning the reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
The article discusses the relationship between Jamāl Mubārak and the Coptic Orthodox Church.  
Al-Wafd interviews Muntasir al-Zayāt, a Muslim Brotherhood lawyer, concerning reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
Al-Wafd interviews Dr. ‘Alī al-Dīn Hilāl asking about reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 

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