The Muslim Brotherhood’s deputy leader reaffirms that the current phase of Egypt’s precarious democratic transformation requires the people to be alert and aware as ever, a strong broad-based government and
There is one word to describe the interim ruling Military Council (SCAF)’s rush to dissolve Egypt’s first ever freely elected parliament, ostensibly because the SCAF-made law on which parliamentary elections
The second day of the final round of Egypt’s first competitive presidential race in many long decades progressed smoothly enough, despite the scorching hot sun and the ‘usual’ irregularities, violations
After a court acts out of jurisdiction to dissolve the constitution-writing Assembly, and another acquits Mubarak’s top aides and police commanders of all murder and corruption charges, on Thursday another
Morsi’s presidential campaign pleads with media outlets to comply with basic professional principles of journalism and refrain from publishing or broadcasting as news unfounded fabricated fables from unreliable sources.