Egyptian Eelections


Violent Attacks on Media Reported on Egypt’s Black Sunday

Cases of deliberate hindering of journalists trying to cover Egypt’s parliamentary poll November 28 and its runoff December 5 were reported by Reporters without borders on Thursday

Sunday’s Run-Offs – A Non-Event

Sunday is a holiday in Egypt. Most Egyptian school children will probably remember the 2010 run-offs as simply a day off school.

Human Rights Report: 1165 Violations Including 6 deaths and 326 Cases including Sexual Harassment in

The Human Rights Association reports 1165 violations, including 6 deaths and 326 cases including sexual harassment during the parliamentary elections, which were held two days ago.

The Muslim Brotherhood Bows out Graciously

The Muslim Brotherhood is boycotting the second round of voting in the parliamentary elections scheduled for December 5, after being all but shut out in the first round of voting.

Judge Wardani: State Security Forces Shut Down Voting Centers

Vice President of the Court of Appeals, Ayman Al-Wardani, resigned from his post as a member of the committee mandated with supervising the elections in the city of Arish in

MB Preparing a File on Election Violations to Submit to the Attorney General

The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and Al-Wafd Party are going to submit two complaints to the Attorney General on the violations that took place during the elections such as “Fraud, abuse,

Down but not Out for the Count – MB Boycotts Runoffs

One big, fat zero! That is what the Muslim Brotherhood is said to have got for their concerted efforts in the 2010 parliamentary elections.

Al-Ashal and Al-Khodairy: “The MB’s withdrawal from the elections saves Egypt’s dignity which was wasted

Dr. Abdallah Al-Ashal, former minister of foreign affairs expressed his happiness at the MB’s decision to withdraw from the re-elections in objection to the rigging of the results in the

MB Chairman: We Will Pursue Systematic Election Fraud in Key Domestic and International Forums

Dr Mohammed Badie, chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), praised the turnout of Egyptians regardless of their choices, describing it as the beginning of real change and desired reform.

Massive Raid Campaigns Resume in Dakahlia and State Security Hands Ballot Papers to Committees Sorting

State security forces in Fayoum handed in to the heads of the Electoral Commission an official final count that covered names and the number of votes obtained by each candidate,