Egyptian Parliamentary Elections


The Obama administration’s quiet approach to Arab reform

While the last two years have witnessed a few modest advances in political reform in Arab countries--importantly, women appear to be participating politically in larger numbers--the general trend has been

Why Not Boycott? The Egyptian Opposition and the November Elections

Earlier this month, an opposition boycott of the upcoming Egyptian parliamentary elections began to seem like a real possibility.

Previewing Egypt’s Upcoming Elections

With the approach of the 2010 Egyptian parliamentary elections and 2011 presidential election, the opposition has been reinvigorated, especially since the arrival of former IAEA Chief Inspector Mohamed ElBaradei.

Arrests continue in State Security sweep hauling in 21 extra MB from Sharqia and Beheira

The wave of arrests, primarily carried out in pre-dawn raids continues in Egypt's governorates.

Egypt: Release orders ignored for 21 Muslim Brotherhood leaders; issues administrative detention orders

Following the Prosecutors' release orders, the Egyptian Ministry of Interior immediately issued administrative orders for their arrest - orders issued by the executive branch of the government, as opposed to

Mubarak’s recovery and Egypt’s future

Hosni Mubarak, the 81-year-old president of Egypt, underwent gall bladder surgery on March 6 in Germany. His recovery, normal for a man his age, sparked rumours that complications prevented a

Egyptian Parliamentary Elections: CNN interviews Amr Hamzawy

Egyptian Parliamentary Elections: CNN interviews Amr Hamzawy CLANCY: Important elections in Egypt. And now the results coming out.