Parliamentary election


Murad Ali: Opposition Election Boycott Threats Sure Sign of Failure

Freedom and Justice Party believes that, if opposition parties have any chance of winning seats in upcoming House of Representatives, they should not shun forthcoming polls.

Opinion Leaders: National Dialogue Sessions Aid Presidential Bid for Consensus, Democracy

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi persistently seeks open and genuine national dialogue, with full participation of the widest spectrum of political forces, groups and movements.

Dr. Morsi: New Parliament Formation Will Be All-Inclusive

Dr. Mohamed Morsi, Chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), hailed the new Egyptian parliament as a real achievement for the peaceful revolution of January 25.

FJP Female MP Says Will Represent Entire Community, not just Women

FJP online interviewed Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) newly elected MP in Daqahleya Seham Al-Gamal, previously a candidate in the 2010 parliamentary election in the women's quota, where she fell

Omar Ashour: Egypt’s Salafi Challenge

“We want democracy, but one constrained by God’s laws. Ruling without God’s laws is infidelity,” Yasser Burhami, the second leading figure in the Salafi Call Society (SCS) and its most

Egypt Islamist party says wants to boost tourism

The Muslim Brotherhood's party, leading in a parliamentary election, wants to boost tourist numbers to Egypt and will not take steps that would harm the industry, a party official told

FJP Press Release No. (3), Parliamentary Elections, 2011

The Egyptian people are still turning out heavily to polling stations, in this first parliamentary election after the revolution, prompting Egypt’s High Judicial Elections Commission (HJEC) to extend the voting

When Should Change Come in Egypt?

A political tug-of-war is taking place as the Muslim Brotherhood and the former ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) support the amendments to the constitution that will be decided in a

Will the Muslim Brotherhood Take Over?

Wikileaks reveals that two years ago the Tunisian president predicted in a conversation with a senior US diplomat that the Muslim Brotherhood would eventually take over Egypt .

Mubarak’s Ticking Bomb

The Egyptian regime is yet to learn that democracy means more than just going through the motions.