The candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party becomes the first civilian President of Egypt
Latest by Maryam Ishani
Calls for a mass protest are being made on Facebook for June 30
and it seems that these protests are only intensifying the face of state repression
Recent reports have thinned the gap of votes between the two candidates to less than a million, with the Muslim Brotherhood putting their candidate in the lead and Ahmed Shafiq slinging accusations of wrongdoing against his opponent
More Egyptians may or may not have picked Morsi or Shafiq, but they have all let SCAF know, you will not make helpless dogs out of us.
After two days of talks, little is gained in the decade long standoff
At an event at the Goethe Institute early in June, a dance performance was disrupted by a passerby angered by what he considered to be an inappropriate display between the male and female dancers. A witness described how the event came to a halt when several members of the audience were forced to try to …
Talks in Мoscow seek international consensus on way forward.
Late on Monday evening the Supreme Council of Armed Forces delivered three statements containing decrees that delineate the scope of their authority following the handover of power to the President. At the time of printing they had not yet been published in the official state papers. Chief among the new articles is the creation …
Observers cite ailing transition as reason for relatively low turnout.