Opposition parties and movements plan Friday demonstrations in Cairo to the presidential palace and across the country
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President allegedly responsible for protest outside Supreme Constitutional Court
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President joins worshippers at Al-Rahman mosque for Eid Al-Adha prayers
Prime Minister Hesham Qandil arrived yesterday in Algeria for a three-day visit amidst speculative press reports over the visit’s agenda. State-owned Middle East News Agency (MENA) reported the objective of Qandil’s visit to Algeria is to hold talks with the Algerian government over solidifying economic relations and boosting mutual investment. “During his visit to Algeria …
In almost all Egyptian newspapers, major columns have denounced President Morsy’s latest tribute to Tantawi and his team, and more than one writer has affirmed that his words are an insult to those who died during the revolution.
Some articles have amplified their criticism of the Shura Council for sacking Al-Gomhuria’s editor-in-chief with a simple word: out! The move, in their view, entails a persistent attitude to step over the Egyptian press and its pride.
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The newly appointed prime minister is not a Muslim Brother, either
The conflict is between institutions filled with former Hosni Mubarak regime loyalists and a new post-uprising empowered president
President Morsy will uphold the Supreme Constitutional Court’s decision to dissolve the People’s Assembly.
After a lot of waiting and speculation, Morsy is expected to announce his prime minister today