Mubarak’s Son Denies Wanting Presidency

In TV interviews President Mubarak's son, Gamal denied any affiliation to campaigns supporting him as a potential president candidate.

Bush blames Mubarak for war decision

Former US President Bush's book Decision Points, which reveals and highlights mistakes made by him during the Iraq war campaign alleges that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had informed Bush that

Jordan: 70% of Winners Are First Time Parliamentarians Indicating a Frustrated Nation

According to political analysts around 70 per cent of the winners in Jordan's parliamentary elections on November 9 are first-time winners indicating that, the public is completely dissatisfied with the

EGYPT: Women breaking culture barriers in upcoming parliamentary elections

An unprecedented number of female candidates is running for parliamentary elections later this month following the passage of a new law that guarantees a certain percentage of seats to women.

El-Erian: MB Will not Retreat an Inch from Achieving Change and Making Free and Fair

Media spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, Dr. Essam El-Erian, has affirmed that the group will continue to struggle peacefully for free and fair elections and to achieve the desired changes

NDP Women Accuse Party of Discrimination

A report issued by The Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights (ECWR) highlighted numerous objections from potential National Democratic Party women candidates in Egypt's upcoming parliamentary elections slated for November 28.

World Freedom Day Turns into a Demonstration with Demands to expel Egyptian University Guards

Egyptian universities' celebrations on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day has shifted to organized protests demanding immediate implementation of the Supreme Administrative Court's decision to expel university guards.