Erian: Freedom and Justice Party Legal Experts Review Election Halt with Opposition Parties

Despite FJP resolve to abide by Egypt Administrative Court’s ruling to refer elections law back to the Supreme Constitutional Court – which is bound to delay parliamentary poll, Erian urges

MB Chairman: Democracy Means Respecting the Will of the Majority

Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie called on Egypt’s political forces to respect the values of democracy which stipulates one should respect the opinion of the majority.

Saad Eddin Ibrahim: MB Is Organized But Not Most Popular

Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Chairman of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Democratic Studies, described the Muslim Brotherhood as the most powerful and most organized group prepared to enter in the

US Official: Int’l Monitoring of Egypt’s Elections Ensures Credibility

According to Ambassador Jeffrey Feltman the US Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, the issue of international monitoring of elections in Egypt is a decision to be made

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

Statement by the Forum of Independent Human Rights Organizations| Long Live the Egyptian Popular Revolution…Roadmap

The Forum of Independent Human Rights Organizations congratulates the Egyptian people for their successful revolution and the removal of the dictator Hosni Mubarak, who denied dignity and humanity to Egyptians

MB Decides to Take Part in the People’s Parliament

The Muslim Brotherhood has officially announced their engagement in the proposal package put forward by the parties and political forces under the name of ‘The People's Parliament’.

NDP Has Challenges Cut Out for It

Egypt's parliamentary elections that ended on December 5 could be described as unprecedented not because the ruling National Democratic Party won the majority of votes and monopolized the chamber but

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 .

Egypt’s Waning Power

Egyptians are struggling to make ends meet, and Egypt can no longer boast of being the foremost political, economic and cultural country in the Middle East.