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by: Rasha Saad 2011-2-16
Far from bringing comfort to the Iranian leadership, Egypt's revolution is inspiring Iran's democratic opposition, writes Rasha Saad..

by: Gamal Essam El-Din 2010-10-21
With the issuing of two presidential decrees the battle of parliamentary elections is in full swing, reports Gamal Essam El-Din...

by: Amira Howeidy 2010-10-15
The Muslim Brotherhood's decision to participate in, rather than boycott, November's parliamentary elections added a dash of spice to the otherwise insipid political climate...

by: Gamal Essam El-Din 2010-10-15
The outlines of the parliamentary elections, scheduled at the end of next November, began to take shape this week...

by: Azmi Ashour 2010-10-15
In the 30 years since the revival of political party politics in the mid-1970s, each round of parliamentary elections invariably produced a new dynamic out of the interplay between political forces that pitted themselves against the regime and its ruling party...

Against a backdrop defined by social violence, sectarian tensions, conflict and the spectre of regional warfare, discussions of democracy, human rights, plurality and civic freedoms frequently descend into laments over the collapse of transformation processes...

by: Amr Hamzawy 2010-9-25
What good is a free media when the preferred recourse is to demagoguery, asks Amr Hamzawy*..

by: Mona El-Nahhas 2010-9-25
A court ruling due within 48 hours may help lawyers oust their syndicate council, Mona El-Nahhas explains..

by: Amira Howeidy 2010-9-25
The Muslim Brotherhood may be readying itself to contest November's parliamentary elections but it has yet to announce its intentions...

by: Gamal Essam El-Din 2010-9-25
Opposition parties reject ex-IAEA chief Mohamed El-Baradei's calls to boycott November's parliamentary elections...

by: Gamal Nkrumah 2010-9-25
Hoda Abdel-Nasser has an admission to make about the politics of her father, Gamal Abdel-Nasser who died 40 years ago this week...

The ruling National Democratic Party's (NDP) electoral colleges are due to meet on 29 September to select candidates for November's People's Assembly election...

by: Oula Farawati 2010-8-7
With Jordanian Prime Minister Samir Rifai reshuffling his cabinet in the run-up to November's elections, will this be enough to ease tensions in the country, asks Oula Farawati..

by: Gamal Essam El-Din 2010-8-7
The face of Gamal Mubarak, the son of President Hosni Mubarak and chairman of the ruling National Democratic Party's (NDP) influential Policies Committee, has appeared on posters in the streets of central Cairo...

by: Wahid Abdel-Meguid 2010-7-31
Different yet linked, Egypt's 1919 and 1952 revolutions were successes that failed to produce democracy. This lacuna must be now filled, writes Wahid Abdel-Meguid..

by: Essam El-Din 2010-7-31
The Muslim Brotherhood is being squeezed between the official opposition parties and the ruling NDP, reports Gamal Essam El-Din..

by: Gamal Essam El-Din 2010-7-22
The Muslim Brotherhood has called for greater dialogue with Egypt's major opposition parties on pressing for political reform..

by: Reem Leila 2010-7-21
The prosecutor-general is investigating a state-funded medical care scandal in which some MPs are involved..

by: Gamal Essam El-Din 2010-7-21
The week that The Economist chose to come out with eight stories on Egypt which dealt with, among other issues, President Hosni Mubarak's health concerns, the president was here and there, meeting several regional leaders, attending military graduation ceremonies and, after the magazine appeared, visiting Cairo International Airport where he inaugurated several projects, touring the facilities on foot...

El-Baradei's call for an election boycott has divided the Coalition of Egyptian Opposition Parties, reports Gamal Essam El-Din...