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by: AL-Masri Al Youm 2006-10-22
During one of the most crucial stages of political developments in Egypt and political upheavals in the region, Dr. Hala Mustafa spoke about the urgent need for reform, the tight grip of the security establishments and the deteriorating women status in the political life in Egypt..

In this interview, Dr. Mustafa discussed the double standards adopted by the state security when it comes to individuals developing ties with the United States though considered as the major ally to the regime in Cairo...

by: AL-Masri Al Youm 2006-12-9

Gamal Mubarak will not be the next president because there is a large section of bureaucrats who reject- and will fight- Tawreeth

The state is on the verge of an abyss, every thing is collapsing
The Muslim Brotherhood is combating endeavors of Tawreeth (hereditary transfer of rule) but won’t participate forcefully to quell these endeavors
The crisis of the Muslim Brotherhood lies in its persistence in performing its political and preaching roles together and at the same time; it has to choose one role that secures its existence in the arena...


by: AL-Masri Al Youm 2006-12-17

Daily Al Masry Al Youm had an all inclusive interview with judge Ahmed Mekki, the deputy chief justice of the Court of Cassation and a prominent figure in the Judges Club, in which the deputy chief justice dealt with heated judicial and political files, topped by inheritance of power in Egypt, independence of the Judicial authority and the separation between state powers. Mekki sees that the independence of the judiciary authority cannot materialize except in a democratic atmosphere that secures a full judicial supervision of Parliamentary and Municipal elections...