Gamal Zahran


The privatization of fraud

Egypt’s recently concluded legislative elections did not only end with a landslide victory for the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP), having secured 93 percent of the seats in parliament, but

Egypt: National political powers threaten civil disobedience

Hassan Nafaa, general coordinator for the National Association for Change urged Mubarak's regime to respond to the public's peaceful demands for change, cautioning they could face popular uprising if they

Egypt’s businessmen accused of getting wealthy on USAID

Yehya Hussein, head of the "No to Selling Egypt" movement, accused the ruling National Democratic Party's policy secretariat of serious indiscretion, failure and neglect in implementing the privatization program after

Escalating crisis of Egyptians ousted from Kuwait

The crisis of expelling Egyptians from Kuwait escalated after an urgent statement was submitted by Dr. Hamdy Hassan, Assistant Secretary-General of the Muslim Brotherhood Parliamentary bloc.

Postponement of the decision of Soliman’s presidency over the Petroleum Services Company.

The General Assembly of the Fatwa and Legislation in the State Council announced that it will decide on January 20, 2010 the legitimacy of Dr. Ibrahim Soliman's presidency,

122 MPs Rejected Mubarak’s Constitutional Amendments

122 members of the Egyptian Parliament rejected the constitutional amendments proposed by President Mubarak to both chambers of Parliament.

MPs’ Letter to European Parliament On The Middle East Crisis

The Association of MPs Against ZioAmerican Hegemony is a newly formed group of independents and Muslim Brotherhood parliament members following the recent crisis in the Middle East and aiming at