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Ever since 25 January 2011, Egypt has been searching for a new balance. For, the revolution, like any other revolution, replaced the existing balance with a new one. The transitional phase that follows any revolution is the phase during which the powers that had participated in the revolution clash with each another in order to …
Women’s group and Abul Fotouh’s new party reject draft document
It seems like we are being tricked, like there is no one in the cabinet, they are all make-believe
Presidential advisor going on a long vacation
Protesters impatient to have their demands met
Former ruling party deputy chairman said presidency had Abdel Meguid Mahmoud on tape accepting the Vatican post.
Doctors admit strike is losing momentum.
Jewish human rights group called for the severance of all ties between Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and the US government.
Detainees were arrested in front of the Suez Governorate building on Friday, 4 May
The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, visited Cairo for the day Saturday to congratulate President Mohamed Morsy on his recent election victory. It was the first time the Emir had visited Egypt since Morsy took office. After they met with Egyptian officials, the Emir and his delegation attended an iftar hosted by …
By Salah El-Monoufy Hatem Saleh, Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade, confirmed that the Egyptian economy is capable of overcoming the current stage, particularly because Egypt has a strong infrastructure, which makes high growth rates possible within the coming period. In a statement, the minister said that during the coming period the ministry will focus …
The committee is not done discussing the judicial branch and said it would ensure the independence of the judiciary
Prominent former candidates question terms of Peace Accords
Part two of a series that examines the composition of the Qandil cabinet with a close look at allegiances and alliances within.
El-Erian explained that Morsy’s 100-day plan should only be appraised starting now
Egypt has been plunged into darkness fairly often in past weeks, with some areas having regular power cuts every three or four hours.
“This cabinet is unjust for Copts” said Bishop Pachomious
In addition to the five Muslim Brotherhood ministers, the cabinet also includes two members who are not members of the group but could be seen as their allies
Second biggest party in the now-dissolved parliament boycotts Qandil’s cabinet
The party is proceeding with legal action following fires at two buildings in Cairo and Giza