Interior minister


Rights Group Raises Doubts About Mubarak’s Trial

On the eve of former president Mubarak's trial, the Arab Network for Human Rights Informations (ANHRI) criticized gov't plans to bring former regime's figures to justice and questioned the integrity

Protesters Dissatisfied With PM Speech

Egyptian demonstrators expressed discontent with Prime Minister Essam Sharaf’s announcement in which he promised a cabinet reshuffle within a week as well as a new appointment of governors by half

El-Shater Sues Former Interior Minister Over Illegal Detentions

Deputy Chairman for the Muslim Brotherhood, Engineer Khairat al Shater filed a lawsuit to the Attorney general against former interior minister, Habib al-Adly, former head of the State Security Investigation

FJP Demands Swift Investigations Into Tahrir Sqaure Violence

Alexandria’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Secretary Hussein Ibrahim condemned the violence in Tahrir Square earlier this week which took place between families of the martyrs and security forces.

Verdict Expected in Khaled Said Case

Amnesty International has urged the Egyptian authorities to ensure that justice is done in the case of Khaled Said, an Egyptian allegedly beaten to death by two police officers one

Slovakia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Downplays Concerns of MB in Power

During a three-day visit to Egypt, Slovakia’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Mikulas Dzurinda, met with the former Secretary General of the Arab League, Amr Mousa, and Mansour el-Essawi, the Egyptian Interior

National Security Agency Vows to Protect Citizens

Assuring citizens during a conference organized by the newly-established National Security Agency, its chairman, Hamed Abd Allah, vowed that it would protect and support Egypt’s citizens.

Activists Remember Khaled Saeed

Considered a catalyst of Egypt’s Revolution Khaled Saeed a torture victim of Egypt’s formed interior ministry will be remembered as Egyptian activists plan anti-torture protests next week in his commemoration.

MB Calls for Exclusion of Abdel Salam Gomaa from Prosecuting Al-Adli

The Muslim Brotherhood expressed deepening concern on the trial of Habib El-Adly and six of his senior aides standing trial for the intentional murder of unarmed protesters.

Fact-Finding Panel: Mubarak Ultimately Responsible for Killing Protesters

Egypt's ousted leader Hosni Mubarak was complicit in shootings of anti-regime protesters as he tried to face down a popular revolt, a member of an official commission said on Tuesday.