20% of Egyptians rate the performance of El-Beblawi’s government as good, while 19% rate it as bad.
60% of Egyptians expect their living conditions to be better in the upcoming year compared to the previous one, while 7% expect them to be worse.
Legal struggle between Nile University and Zewail City over contested land remains pendingRead More →
Royal Institute of International Affairs examines interim government performance, post revolution economy political participation and IMF developmentRead More →
An analysis of two sections of the six sections of the draft constitutionRead More →
Government interest in the sector fades and Central Bank postpones new initiativesRead More →
The government’s application of cloud computing requires further time and investments, Gadallah said.Read More →
In this column we have often discussed the past and the present, so let’s for a minute discuss the future. Make no mistake, this is not a column about hopes and aspirations and dreams of read the rest…Read More →
Baseera opinion poll on the government’s performance and Egyptians’ living standards
22% of Egyptians feel the Prime Minister’s performance has been good, and 18 % feel it has been bad.
58% of Egyptians feel safe at the end of October, compared to 66% at the end of September and 27% at the end of August.
Railway crossing workers detained for four days, El-Beblawi says “it’s not the first time this has happened”Read More →
Despite the government’s commitment to reduce the budget deficit to nine percent by the end of the current fiscal year, new challenges such as the new minimum income law are emerging.Read More →
Law would see 420% to 600% increase in monthly salaries for government employed medical professionalsRead More →
While the government recently announced a EGP 29.6bn stimulus plan, it failed to detail its sources of financing, prompting many analysts to question its viability.Read More →
In modern days Egypt, so many ideas grow out of the blues captivating the minds and souls of the population. Some of these ideas are political, economical, or social. While some fade away fast, others read the rest…Read More →
By James M. Dorsey THE OBAMA administration’s decision to impose sanctions on Egypt’s military-appointed government following the killing of 51 anti-military protestors in Egypt illustrates the US’ limited leverage on one of its closest allies read the rest…Read More →
Morsi and others charged with financial corruptionRead More →
Abdel Nour added that Egypt’s government had recently entered into negotiations to pay back the debt held by the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) to mining companies, estimated to total $5.5bn, in order to provide incentive for international companies to increase their production within the country.Read More →
By Philip Whitfield Who’d be in the president’s shoes? Adly schleps in the shadows. Morsi shuffles round prison in his. Mubarak hobbles in hospital pumps. Sadat died with his on. Nasser wore his out on read the rest…Read More →
The duo is accused of possessing unlicensed TV broadcasting devices.Read More →
We’ve been fighting for fifty years the same war, we can’t forget And the country is like a waiting room, And the queue reaches the airport “From the Queue”, By Mashrou’ Leila ……….. A picture read the rest…Read More →
Bahaa El-Din stated that the country’s national school nutrition program, which is a part of Egypt’s broader economic initiative, would target those regions and villages most in need of assistance.Read More →
Price of sugar, rice and basic food items to be cut by from 10% to 15% in the first ten days of OctoberRead More →
The government’s new economic plan is comprehensive and will help to stimulate the economy, according to Mohamed Al-Suweidi, Chairman of the Federation Egyptian Industries (FEI).Read More →
Al Jazeera works without legal backing or professional ethics, government saysRead More →
The delegation to stay in Egypt until 3 September to meet political factionsRead More →
By Philip Whitfield Truth trumps fiction. According to some Muslim Brothers it’s time to dump Morsi and dump on General Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi. Remember this bit of Brotherhood balderdash? “We’re not seeking power. We just read the rest…Read More →
Anxiety and anticipation has overtaken the current government following threats made by international donors to cut off aid to EgyptRead More →
Minister of Finance presents strategy to automate fuel distribution amid shortagesRead More →