Latest in Tag: 3 July Highlight
Latest in Tag: 3 July
Sentence comes one day after the former president was supposed to complete his first term as president
25 January and 30 June were not revolutions because we haven’t done anything differently since, says ex-Tamarod founder
Daily News Egypt reviews decisions and circumstances which led to former president Mohamed Morsi losing popularity in one year
What are top religious institutions doing to support Al-Sisi and his government?
Morsi releases letter calling for continued revolution
Party calls on the Muslim Brotherhood to “recognise reality”, while Brotherhood-backed Anti-Coup Alliance calls for 3 July protests
Since the 3 July military-backed ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi, the judiciary has been busy with a seemingly unending flow of high-profile trials, and arrests have come in droves
Group supporting ousted president say Egypt has become “the laughing stock of the world”
Statement accuses government of “absence of vision”, treachery
Al-Sisi’s visit to Russia would not impact shared interests with Egypt, says Deputy US Department Spokesman
Egyptians approval of constitution tantamount to endorsement of Al-Sisi’s run for president, says Kammel Gemilak
The front will have a meeting after the referendum to determine its future: Free Egyptians Party spokesman
Ministry of Interior says it has a plan to “abort any scheme that aims to obstruct justice”
This is the interim president’s second regional tour; both tours come within a month
The closure comes after the crossing was opened for Palestinian pilgrims to return from Saudi Arabia
EU foreign affairs head is also expected to meet president, PM, and defence minister before leaving Egypt Thursday
30 June investigative committee expected to deliver report in at least three months
Residents face violence after attempting to remove a blockade belonging to the Rabaa sit-in
Kerry also said the interim government has a “responsibility with respect to demonstrators to give them the space to be able to demonstrate in peace.”
The alliance said they “place full responsibility on the coup leaders for any acts of violence or any killings”.
For three years, Egyptians have been taking to the streets demanding democracy, social justice and freedom, and for three years they have been denied. They are being cornered over and over into making tough choices, then end up choosing what they deem “less horrible” and the results have never lived up to their aspirations. As …
Supporters and opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi continue to clash in several governorates following Friday demonstrations
By Catherine Ashton Even in a country as turbulent as Egypt is today, some traditions transcend the sharpest divisions and provide brief periods of calm. Last week, on my drive into Cairo we saw very few cars. The city’s legendary traffic jams had disappeared. It was just after dusk. People were at home with their …
102,000 vehicles sold despite political turmoil
By Aaron T. Rose Clashes erupted late Monday afternoon in the Cairo neighbourhood of Garden City along the Corniche and in front of the British and American Embassiesbetween pro- and anti-Morsi demonstrators. State-runAl-Ahram Online reported one person dead and 21 injured. The violence began shortly after 4 o’clock as a peaceful pro-Morsi demonstration in front …
Members of the pro-Morsi rally said they had decided to march to the American Embassy to protest what they perceive as the United States’ meddling in Egyptian affairs.
In a sign of support to Egypt’s economy, which continues to reel from more than two years of unrest, Gulf states have pledged $12bn aid
In the first days following 30 June, Sinai saw 39 terrorist attacks, as clashes broke out between armed groups and security forces, with causalities reaching 58.
Turkish businessmen are committed to their strategy of increasing their investments in Egypt to $5bn by 2017, at a rate exceeding 300%
Many domestic businessmen, however, disagree; a number have already expressed optimism since the ousting of former president Mohamed Morsi on 3 July, citing a mostly-gaining stock exchange benchmark index, a slight increase in the value of the local currency, and an influx of foreign aid.