The Municipal Election Draft Law is a Mystery

The coming municipal elations, scheduled for in April, are very mysterious. Leaked leads say the government considers putting it off one year. At the heels of the Muslim Brotherhood’s unprecedented

El-Arian: the Brotherhood’s MPs Deal with any Government

Essam el-Arian, a prominent leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, asserted that the new cabinet reshuffle will not be able to produce real economical reform without fulfilling true political reform in

El-Arian: the Brotherhood considers the founding of a “conservative” party

Dr. Essam el-Arian, a prominent leader of the Muslim BrotherhoodA prominent leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Dr. Essam el-Arian, declared that the Brotherhood was ready to separate its Islamic propagation

Pharmacists Stage Sit-in to Demand the Release of their Detained Colleges

On Tuesday, 70 of Egyptian pharmacists staged an open sit-in in the headquarters of el-Dakahlya syndicate in solidarity with their colleagues that were put under arrest in the course of

Controlled Reform in Egypt: Neither Reformist nor Controlled

>Drawn out over five weeks in November and December 2005, Egypt’s parliamentary elections gripped a country normally jaded about formal politics -- and produced some surprising results.

Experts ponder implications following election

Muslim Brotherhood supporters demonstrate outside a polling station in Alexandria, saying they were not allowed to cast votes.   - Last week saw the end of the third and final round

Akef: the Regime Fears the MB for its Rejection of Autocracy

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Leader, Muhammad Akef, linked the government profound worry of the Muslim Brotherhood to the group’s refusal of utilitarianism; "The regime is still dominant by autocratic

Protest in Egypt against ‘rigged’ elections

More than 200 opposition supporters protested here yesterday against what they said were rigged parliamentary elections in which President Hosni Mubarak’s ruling party won some three quarters of the seats.

Egypt’s Ruling Party Rattled by Impressive Opposition Gains

Partial results from Egypt’s month-long parliamentary elections reveal large gains for the powerful but banned Muslim Brotherhood opposition movement; however, the ruling National Democratic Party retains a two-thirds majority.

Victims of Egyptian Vote

Victims of Egyptian Vote Although the Egyptian polls wrapped up, more than thousand of Brothers are sill nationwide detained. In el-Sharqia governorate, 118 were put under arrest; only 60 of them