Constituent Assembly Seeks to Hear ElBaradei, Zewail and Al-Baz Views, Suggestions

Egypt’s constitution-writing panel has held 50 hearing sessions, received 6500 suggestions for additions to the country’s first post-revolution national charter, and made 21 visits to provinces and universities across the

Beltagy: No Disagreement on Freedoms in Egyptian Constituent Assembly

In pursuit of the most inclusive text for Egypt’s new national charter, the constitution-writing committee is conducting many meetings with prominent patriotic personalities like ElBaradei and Zewail soon.

Morsi and National Accord Front Vow to Keep Revolution Peaceful; Maintain Freedoms and Democracy

Dr. Mohamed Morsi, together with leading public and political figures, form a national unity front to face the ruling Military Council’s maneuvers to evade relinquishing power to the democratically elected

Al-Shater on Dubai TV: Revolution Youth are Renaissance Mainstay, Hope of the Nation

Egyptian presidential candidate Khairat Al-Shater affirmed that the Muslim Brotherhood and the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) are endeavoring to honor the trust vested in them by the Egyptian people

In Response to ElBaradei’s Comment, Law Experts Assert Constituent Assembly All-Inclusive, Parliament Fully Legitimate

Surprised at Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei’s remarks in which he seemed to throw doubt on the legitimacy of the recently elected Egyptian parliament, and his open criticism of the Constituent Assembly,

Civil Disobedience, Causes and Implications of Failure

Activists called for civil disobedience to coincide with the first anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, with a number of youth figures and movements announcing that civil disobedience is the only

Beltagy: ElBaradei’s Withdrawal From Presidential Race Bad For the Country

Dr. Mohamed Beltagy, member of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Executive Office and the party’s secretary in Cairo, said that the withdrawal of Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei from the presidential

FJP Criticises Call For Presidential Candidates to Hold Debate in Washington

The Secretary General of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Dr. Saad Katatny, criticized news that presidential hopefuls including Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, Amr Mousa, Dr. Abdel Monem Abul Fotouh, Hamdeen

Presidential Hopefuls Meet to Discuss Egypt’s Struggling Democratization

In unprecedented meeting, six presidential candidates discussed on Tuesday the current situation in Egypt and latest disappointing decisions by the ruling military council, including attacks on free speech and media.

Why the Muslim Brotherhood Are Egypt’s Best Democrats

After the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003, many Western commentators were surprised by the ease with which Iraq's religious movements adapted to multiparty democracy.