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by: Daniel Williams, Bloomberg 2006-9-1

A year ago, Mamdouh Marei, head of Egypt’s Presidential Election Commission, dismissed ballot-box stuffing and control of polling stations by members of the ruling party as election-day ``enthusiasm.’’

On Aug. 27, President Hosni Mubarak, who ran and won in those elections, appointed Marei his justice minister. The appointment of Marei, who had refused to investigate the election alleg..


by: Daniel Williams, Bloomberg 2006-11-9
Hassan al-Banna was a clockmaker’s son who turned his piety into politics and influenced Islamic political groups and militant movements across the Middle East.

Now a duel is under way in Egypt over ownership of the celluloid life of al-Banna, the assassinated founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest political force.

Brotherhood representatives say they have produced a movi..


by: Daniel Williams, Bloomberg 2007-3-20

Egypt’s parliament endorsed constitutional changes that ban religious political parties, reduce independent monitoring of elections and allow the president to override civil liberties to fight terrorism.

Lawmakers voted late yesterday to approve the changes that critics said mocked pledges by President Hosni Mubarak to democratize Egypt.

``Instead of broadening democracy, the ..