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Hussein Ibrahim: Freedom and Justice Party Ready to Contest Elections; People Reject Violence

Those who shun democratic process are simply asking for the return of repressive corrupt regimes to rule Egypt all over again.

Muslim Brotherhood: Presidential Council Good Idea, Lacks Legitimacy

Although the Brotherhood sees some good aspects in presidential council suggestion, it rejects it – after careful study by legal experts – as constitutionally infeasible and impracticable.

Seventeen Pledges by Dr. Mohamed Morsi to Egyptians before Runoff Elections

Egypt’s presidential elections front-runner Morsi vows to be the leader of all the people, and to improve the living and working conditions of all citizens, irrespective of color, race, religion

Press Release No. 6 of Dr. Morsi Central Campaign

Egyptian electorate turnout on Thursday is reported to be noticeably higher than Wednesday, while long lines have been stretching for miles around some polling places.

MB Chairman: Democracy Means Respecting the Will of the Majority

Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie called on Egypt’s political forces to respect the values of democracy which stipulates one should respect the opinion of the majority.

Chancellor Warns of Agendas Against Moving Forward

Urging crowds to try to hang on get organized and shepherd the revolution into the next, electoral phase Chancellor Mahmoud Khodairy spoke about the significance of running elections as scheduled

Egypt’s real state of emergency

Egypt has recently held yet another fraudulent and farcical election. Ballot boxes were stuffed. Votes were bought. People who considered voting for the opposition were subjected to violence by professional

Gamal Mubarak Blames Judges for Low Turnout in the 2005 Presidential Election

WikiLeaks has released a new batch of cables today including 11 originating from the US embassy in Cairo, dating back to the Bush administration in 2005.

Politicians: Vote-Rigging Put an End to Peaceful Change

Ikhwanweb interviewed a number of intellectuals and political analysts about what happened in the controversial parliamentary election and its impact on efforts to make the desired change and prevent hereditary

Judges Express Concern over Elections’ Integrity

State-run newspapers and National Democratic Party (NDP) officials continue to live in oblivion announcing Sunday’s parliamentary elections as democratic despite numerous reports of rigging, violations, irregularities and violence.