Beltagy: Constitutional Court Trying to Politicize Army; Must Be Reformed

As Egypt’s supposedly neutral Constitutional Court gets more and more vividly politicized, and evidently seeks to politicize the country’s military, its misconceived proposition is rejected by the people, the police

FJP’s Ashri: Election and Political Rights Law Must Be Finalized without Further Delay

FJP leader Ashri highlights the importance of finally passing election and political rights laws in order to safeguard Egypt’s march on the long and laborious path of democratic transformation.

Sobhi Saleh: Parliament Will Send New Election Law for Constitutional Court Review Soon

Egypt’s Shura Council affirms new parliamentary poll law will be drawn up and submitted to the country’s Supreme Constitutional Court for approval within days.

FJP Urges Amendment of Elections Law As Suggested by Constitutional Court

Recognizing that there is no time to lose, in order to avoid putting back parliamentary elections, Mukhtar Ashri agrees to amendments suggested by Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court.

Tosson Urges Community Dialogue to Discuss Election Law Constitutional Court Opinion

Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Tosson urges more positive community dialogue and internal Shura Council discussions on Egypt’s Constitutional Court demands for amendments of certain articles in draft law on parliamentary

Mahmoud Hussein Denounces Violence in Demonstrations Outside Presidential Palace

Muslim Brotherhood leader Hussein says those who resort to violence are politically bankrupt, uncivilized individuals who are nothing like real revolutionaries.

Freedom and Justice Party Statement on Egypt Judiciary Crisis

The Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing, the FJP, condemns violence in all demonstrations and popular protests, and rejects actions that disrupt citizens’ lives and daily living.

Abdel-Maksoud: Constitutional Court Maneuvers to Use Media Pressure for Political Gains

The Supreme Constitutional Court’s decision not to hold any sessions Sunday (a normal work-day in Egypt) was purely political: judges simply refused to leave their homes in the protection of

Judges for Egypt: Constitutional Court Plots to Demolish State

An openly politicized Supreme Constitutional Court goes out of its way to sack Egypt’s elected parliament, then openly brags about ready decisions to dissolve the country’s charter-writing assembly and the

Constitution-Writing Panel Aims to Inform Citizens and Increase Community Dialogue

Whilst Egypt’s charter-drafting committee welcomes all comments, suggestions, positive participation and objective criticism, it rejects slanderous public accusations and rumors squarely aimed at halting the progress of its work.