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Polling station results of election abroad will be sent to Egypt in one week
Writers say they hope for 30 million votes
Al-Sisi, Moussa are only two candidates in presidential race
There is no alternative to focusing on investment and stopping debt
Writers focused on various local affairs occurring shortly before presidential election In the privately-owned Al-Shorouk newspaper, Editor-in-chief Emad El-Din Hussein revived last week’s talks on the Saudi megaproject involving Egypt, known as Neom, where he reflected on the context of the project with regards to challenges such as terrorism, normalisation with Israel, and developmental and …
Following NEC’s approval of final list of candidates on Friday
As the presidential election nears, the political scene continues to witness interesting turns of events. The past days were marked by controversy over the regime’s handling of political opponents. In Al-Shorouk, Editor-in-chief Emad El-Din Hussein commented on the arrests of former state officials Sami Anan and Hisham Geneina, and former presidential candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul …
Some articles criticised statements offensive to Oman by local TV host
Final list of candidates to be announced 24 February
44 local NGOs, 4 international ones received approval to monitor election scheduled for March
State media focused on President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s visit on Saturday to Addis Ababa to participate in the 30th Ordinary Session of the African Union Summit. Both leaders of the two main state-run dailies addressed the role of Egypt in Africa. In Al-Ahram, Abdel Mohsen Salama, chairperson of the newspaper and president of the Press …
Endorsements for potential candidates for upcoming election reached almost 1.35m, says NEC
Karem selected as campaign general coordinator, Abu Shouka as spokesperson
Facebook page for Egyptian expatriates will be launched to respond to inquires about elections, says Makram
On Friday night, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi announced his bid for re-election. Shortly after, former military chief of staff Sami Anan did the same through a video published on his official Facebook page. A number of op-eds were aimed at attacking Al-Sisi’s rivals, such as in Al-Youm Al-Sabea and Al-Dostour. Others came in support of …
Former military chief of staff Samy Anan also announced he will run
Announcement comes at end of three-day conference
Last year, Al-Sadat was officially dismissed from parliament after accusations of leaking copy of draft NGOs law
Lawyer becomes third person to announce candidacy
On Monday, NEC announces 2018 presidential elections to be held in March and April
The first four-year term of Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi will come to an end in the first half of 2018. According to the 2014 Constitution, he is entitled to a second and last term. So far, he has not announced, officially, whether he would run for a second term, but the odds are that …
President denies that disputes between state entities exist
Germany’s football association has said that it will support Alexander Ceferin in the upcoming UEFA presidential election. He is one of three candidates vying to replace Michel Platini.
Constitutional judges in Austria unanimously agreed that holding a repeat presidential election will strengthen trust in democracy. They were astounded by inconsistencies in the handling of the ballots.
The US election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is increasingly being fought on social media platforms like Twitter where the candidates boast millions of followers. But not all of them are human – or benign.
On 8 June, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi completed half of his first presidential term, and there are only two years left before he faces a new presidential election. I do not think the coming election will be similar in its circumstances and consequences to the former election that led Al-Sisi to Itihadiya Palace two years …
It’s been a year of violence, unrest and historic change for the United States – both at home and abroad. With a presidential election just around the corner, the country’s future course is far from settled.
Chief observer recommends Egypt “rebuild confidence” in political process
“Who is the alternative?” This was indeed the most repeated and frustrating question asked by the pro-Sisi camp during the past two weeks, before and during the surreal presidential election that brought a military man to power after three years of calls for democracy. The question is frustrating because this camp thinks that the “revolution” …