Public Opinion


Hazem Ghorab: As Arab Spring Revives Egyptian Media, Counter-Revolution Violates Honor Code

Al-Azhar University media conference discusses professional standards in postrevolution Egypt’s press and media, as the Presidency assures its determination to grant more freedoms.

Study: 62% of Media Coverage of Egypt President Unprofessional

A major analysis of print and broadcast media in Egypt reveals that most coverage of the country’s first elected President is negative, selective and deliberately misleading due to ‘private’ agendas.

Report: Human Rights on the Decline Part II

As we reported earlier, the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) has released a comprehensive and thorough report, called “Bastion of Impunity, Mirage of Reform,”

World wants more cooperative governments

As the European Union begins to implement a new treaty aimed at assisting member nations to work together, and as American President Barack Obama is to receive a Nobel Prize

Administrative Court to judge in 4 public opinion cases

The Egyptian public opinion anticipated verdicts concerning 4 cases which were to be heard by Judge Adel Farghali Chief Justice of the Administrative Court.

Court Adjourn Hearing to Appeal Freezing MB Assets

Cairo Criminal Court delayed, on Tuesday afternoon, hearing the appeal against the Egyptian Attorney General’s decision of freezing the assets of 29 Muslim Brotherhood leaders topped Eng. Khairat Al Shater,