MB: Regime incapable of engaging in honest competition

The arrest and transportation to unknown destinations of 11 Muslim Brotherhood members in Alexandria has triggered wide condemnations and abhorrence in Egypt.

The Al-Dostour crisis

Al-Dostour’s recently dismissed chief editor, Ibrahim Eissa, was not fired due to ordinary disputes over administrative or editorial issues. The decision to remove Eissa was without a doubt political.

Lawyers will not be prevented from monitoring elections

The Sharia Committee and the Freedoms Committee at the Lawyers Syndicate has begun receiving applications from lawyers wishing to monitor the upcoming parliamentary elections under the initiative “A Lawyer for

Critics question Obama’s authenticity in call for democracy

An article posted in the Washington post by Fred Hiatt discusses the US commitment to prioritise its call for democracy worldwide.

Former parliamentary candidates warn of repeating Shura election rigging

Former Shura Candidates warned of a re-run of the sham which took place in June's mid-term Shura Council elections in the forthcoming parliamentary elections.

Fears of rigging in students’ body election ahead of parliamentary elections

Dr. Ahmed Diab, Secretary General of the MB parliamentary bloc, asserted that "universities in Egypt have become a tool used by state security authorities to persecute students affiliated with the

UK study finds widespread corruption in Egypt

The UK based Oxfam organization and semi-official Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies released a new report determining that official corruption has become widespread in Egypt.

NDP MP: rigging is a national necessity

In an arrogant declaration of intentional rigging in the upcoming elections, NDP member,Mustafa Elfiqi asserted that it is a 'necessity' which may very well take place.