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Giza FJP Youth Conference: We Seek Common Grounds with Other Parties, Stakeholders

Lauded for their innovation, creativity and great achievements in the FJP’s Together We Build Egypt community-service campaign, FJP youths are determined to forge new and fruitful relations with other parties,

Darrag to Hungarian Ambassador: Egypt on Path of Democratic Transformation

In a cordial meeting, Freedom and Justice Party’s Dr. Amr Darrag meets with Hungarian Ambassador in Cairo, and discusses better relations in post-revolution Egypt, especially bi-lateral economic cooperation.

Lawyers Syndicate Subdivision Elections Favor Brotherhood’s Coalition

While self-styled Egyptian Elite indulge themselves and blame the Egyptian majority for being ‘ignorant’, for choosing ‘the wrong’ men and women to represent them in Parliament, more trade-unionists, students and

Lawyers Syndicate Elections Run Smoothly

Smooth start for Egyptian lawyers’ union elections mark resounding win for Muslim Brotherhood Sharia Committee.

FJP Press Release # 11 Count Results

Judicial committees overseeing the first round of the second phase of the Egyptian parliamentary consultative chamber the ‘Shura Council’ elections 2012 have announced the results of vote counts with candidates

Aza Al-Garf, Strong Voice in New Parliament Advocating Women Rights

During an international press conference following the 2010 parliamentary elections which were marred by vote-rigging and before the January revolution, Muslim Brotherhood (MB) candidate for the women's quota Aza Al-Garf

Coptic Christians Vote For FJP in Giza Runoff

A number of female Copts in Badresheen in Giza's first constituency cast their votes favouring the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Wednesday in the parliamentary elections rerun.

PM Suspends Qena Governor Activities for three months

In order to quell protest Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has announced the freezing of the activity of newly appointed Qena governor Emad Shehata Mikhail for three months.

New governors sworn in Saturday

In response to the demands of opposition forces and political activists PM Essam Sharaf removed several governors appointing nine army officers and eight police officers in addition to civilians.

PM appoints 8 new governors including a Copt

Egypt’s new Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has appointed eight new governors including a Copt following numerous protests and public demands in a series of mass protests which began January 25.