Freedom and Justice Party: Declaration Unconstitutional, Null and Void

Leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood’s political arm, the FJP, reject the illegitimate interim president’s declaration in which a roadmap for Egypt’s future evidently pulls the country back to square one.

FJP Launches Academy in Cairo to Prepare Cadres for Community Development

Egypt Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing, the FJP, opens a new academy in the Egyptian capital for leadership models with vision and skills, to bring about long-desired social change.

Egypt Upper House Approves Reconciliation Panel to Ease Sectarian Tensions

A parliamentary panel, comprising 3 Muslim MP’s and 3 Copts, is to take a deep look into Egypt’s sectarian issues and suggest new measures and laws for a comprehensive solution.

Ashri: Political Players Crisis of Confidence in Egypt Fading

As Egypt’s principal political and societal players gradually realize that there is virtually no dispute over most of the constitution’s content, consensus may be closer than most analysts think.

Dr. Helmi Gazzar: Democracy Will Triumph, Culminating in Writing Constitution

No parliamentary majority, political party or stakeholder has the power to tamper with the constitution; yet there are ‘hidden hands’ creating crises and strife, by exaggerating differences.

FJP’s Fahmi Elected to Head Upper House for Academic Competence, Clear Thinking

FJP’s favorite technocrat takes Egyptian Parliament’s consultative Shura Council top job with high scientific and professional qualifications.

Message From the People’s Assembly to the Noble People of Egypt In the Memory of

The People’s Assembly (PA), born of the free will of the Egyptian people on the first anniversary of the glorious Egyptian revolution – as the first building block after the

FJP Elects Hussein Ibrahim as Head of Parliamentary Majority

The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), announced the appointing of Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim as Chairman of the party's parliamentary's bloc deeming him the head of the parliamentary's majority.

Trip Report by Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter to Egypt

The primary purpose of my trip was to join 40 other Carter Center election observers who have been deployed in Egypt since late November. Additionally, I wished to consult with

Beltagy: We Will Take to Tahrir on Jan 25 to Commemorate Revolution and Demand Full

Dr. Mohamed Beltagy, member of the Freedom and Justice Party's (FJP) Executive Bureau and FJP Secretary General in Cairo explained that he will take to Tahrir square next January 25