As results come in for Egypt’s People’s Assembly elections—surprise, a victory for the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP)—they are likely to enjoy little credibility either inside or outside the country
The Egyptian government has steadfastly refused to grant international election monitors access to monitor parliamentary elections this week. Senior Egyptian officials have rebuffed repeated requests from US government officials, claiming
State-run newspapers and National Democratic Party (NDP) officials continue to live in oblivion announcing Sunday’s parliamentary elections as democratic despite numerous reports of rigging, violations, irregularities and violence.
Egyptians are protesting. The ruling regime has squashed their hopes for peaceful democratic change. What alternatives are there now? The Muslim Brotherhood is bound to its no-violence policy and continues
Elections to Egypt's People's Assembly on November 28, 2010, were marred by reports that opposition supporters were barred from polling stations and subjected to violence, Human Rights Watch said today.
A government crackdown on Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood the country’s strongest Islamist opposition group has provided more reason for government opponents to encourage a boycott of Sunday's parliamentary vote.