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Morsi Campaign Makes Confirmed Victory Data Available to All

Even though they are still ‘unofficial’, polling station vote tallies approved by presiding judges in 100% of Egypt’s provinces prove that Dr. Mohamed Morsi is undoubtedly the winner of Egypt’s

Press Release No. 3 of Dr. Morsi Central Campaign

The first day of voting in Egypt’s first post-revolution presidential elections draws to a close in a quiet atmosphere of anticipation, as many people swear they were out to cast

Press Release No. 4 of Dr. Morsi Central Campaign

Concluding the first day of voting in Egypt’s crucial presidential elections without major incidents, Egyptians are more hopeful than ever of a peaceful transfer of power to a civilian authority,

Dr. Morsi Casts His Vote Wednesday in Zagazig

Muslim Brotherhood’s presidential contender Dr. Morsi heads to his home town Zagazig to cast his ballot in Egypt’s first post-Mubarak elections for the country’s top job.

After Casting his Vote, Badie Praises Free Elections, Calls on Egypt to Confront Sedition Efforts

Dr. Mohamed Badie, chairman for the Muslim Brotherhood, (MB), described the parliamentary elections as the pride and joy of Egypt in general and the constituency of Beni Sueif in particular.

Egypt’s 2010 Elections – Fraud, Oppression and Hope for Change

Eygpt’s 2010 parliamentary elections will go down in history as a blatant fraud and crime against democracy and the people it represents.

Judge’s Arrest and Violations on Election Day Draw Outcry

The detention of Egyptian judge, Waleed El-Shafei, while attempting to monitor a polling station in Badrasheen district during Sunday's voting, has triggered widespread controversy.

Egypt: Elections Marred as Opposition Barred from Polls

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.

As voting begins, MB delegates barred from polling stations

The Helwan constituency in Egypt witnessed the Shura elections first violations as Muslim Brotherhood delegates were banned from entering their polling stations.