National Coalition for Egypt Set Up

The “National Coalition for Egypt,” was launched yesterday following numerous meetings held earlier last week between political factions.

FJP and Wafd to Coordinate Candidacy List

Following a meeting Saturday at the Muslim Brotherhood’s new headquarters in Cairo by the Wafd Party’s leader Sayed el Badawy, both parties agreed that the current stage in Egypt requires

MB and Opposition forces to run joint list in elections

A recent statement by Muslim Brotherhood deputy chairman Khairat Al-Shater has confirmed that the group has initially agreed in principle to run a joint list with other parties in the

Egyp’t history in the making ….

As anti-government protesters prepared for a new wave of mass rallies Egypt's government disrupted Internet services.

Egypt’s unstable regime

Egyptians have finally decided to discard their apathy and call for change. Whether inspired by Tunisia or infected with its motivation it is truly a welcome change.

Opposition Groups Issue Statement Calling for Interior Minister’s Resignation

A statement was issued by political opposition and national group’s calling for the resignation of Habib al-Adly, the Interior Minister.

Experts: Brotherhood’s Participation in the People’s Parliament Ensure its Survival

Analysts, experts, politicians and parliamentarians welcomed the Muslim Brotherhood's participation in the "People's Parliament", emphasizing that they are one of the basic guarantees, due to the group’s real political weight

MB Begins New Moves to Coordinate with the Opposition

The Muslim Brotherhood has made moves to renew contact with opposition parties by sending delegations from the group's leaders to the parties; the top of which is the Wafd party.

Alliance for AEA, Europeans Demand to Change Article 76 and to Nominate a Single Candidate

Peaceful democratic transition in Egypt, the presidential elections and the unity of opposition forces were among issues discussed at a conference devoted to it and organized recently in the Egyptian

Egyptian Opposition Divided?

An article in the Guardian cites that the final results of the recent Egyptian parliamentary ballots guarantee five years of political insignificance for the institutional opposition.