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Nour Party to demonstrate Friday

Others | 22 June 2012
The Salafi Nour Party called on its members to take part in a massive protest planned for Friday to denounce the supplementary Constitutional Declaration issued by the ruling military council last Sunday. The protest is also against the Supreme Constitutional Court’s recent ruling that dissolved Parliament. .. More

Mursi holds meeting with political forces to discuss situation in Egypt

Others | 22 June 2012
Presidential candidate Mohamed Mursi met with several political forces on Thursday to discuss the current political situation. .. More

Abouel Fotouh and Wasat Party consider political alliance

Others | 22 June 2012
Abul Ela Mady, the leader of the moderate Wasat Party, and former presidential candidate Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh are considering a political alliance along with other forces and parties. .. More

Egypt Brotherhood organises mass protests Tuesday against constitutional addendum

Others | 22 June 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood announce they have organised mass protests for Tuesday in their official objection to the addendums to the Constitutional Declaration issued by Egypt's ruling Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF) late on Sunday night. .. More

Brotherhood will fight peacefully for democracy: Khairat El-Shater

Others | 22 June 2012
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood will use peaceful methods to build a democratic political system despite "repression" by elements of the old regime, the Islamist group's deputy leader, Khairat El Shater, told French newspaper Le Figaro Thursday. .. More

Egypt Brotherhood seeks to reunite with revolutionaries as new battle looms

Others | 21 June 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood, certain of an electoral victory, is getting ready to assume Egypt’s presidency for the first time in its 84-year-old history, but that might not be enough to prevent the powerful military establishment from becoming a power behind the throne. .. More

Islamists divided over attending funeral if Mubarak dies

Others | 21 June 2012
Islamists in Egypt have grown divided over whether to attend the funeral of deposed President Hosni Mubarak, who is currently in critical condition, if he dies. .. More

Brotherhood: Shafiq win would pit army against people

Others | 21 June 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood has warned against a dangerous confrontation between the people and the army if presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq wins the presidency. .. More

In Alexandria, the Brotherhood strives to restore a lost stronghold

Others | 21 June 2012
At 7 pm on Saturday, Muslim Brotherhood members gathered at the Freedom and Justice Party’s general secretariat in Alexandria to perform the sunset prayers following long hours monitoring the electoral process on the first day of the presidential runoff. .. More

Egypt's secular parties call for united front against military, Brotherhood

Others | 21 June 2012
Five Egyptian political parties have jointly called for the establishment of a pro-civil-state political force to stand against "repression" by the military and Islamist groups. .. More

Egypt Brotherhood dissolution case adjourned to 1 Sept

Others | 20 June 2012
Cairo’s High Administrative Court has adjourned until 1 September a lawsuit calling for the dissolution of the Muslim Brotherhood. .. More

Jama'a al-Islamiya rejects SCAF-issued constitutional supplement

Others | 20 June 2012
Jama’a al-Islamiya’s consultancy council has said it rejects the addendum made by the ruling military council to the Constitutional Declaration, which has been governing the country since March 2011. .. More

Egypt Brotherhood organises mass protests Tuesday against constitutional addendum

Others | 20 June 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood announce they have organised mass protests for Tuesday in their official objection to the addendums to the Constitutional Declaration issued by Egypt's ruling Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF) late on Sunday night. .. More

Morsy campaign: President will have full powers

Others | 20 June 2012
Freedom and Justice Party presidential candidate Mohamed Morsy’s campaign during a news conference Tuesday declared victory in the runoff election. .. More

Mursi reveals 'proof' of election victory

Others | 20 June 2012
hamed Mursi's campaign team has displayed what they claim is proof of his presidential election victory at a press conference Tuesday. It also refuted claims from Ahmed Shafiq's campaign team that its candidate won the election. .. More

Former MP criticizes MPs for attempt to enter Parliament

Others | 19 June 2012
Ibrahim Ramzy, a member of Parliament’s Constitutional and Legislative Committee, criticized committee head Mahmoud al-Khodairy and deputy Mohamed al-Omda’s attempt to enter Parliament today and hold a committee meeting. .. More

New president should swear oath before Constituent Assembly, says Jama'a al-Islamiya

Others | 19 June 2012
The new president should be sworn in before the elected Constituent Assembly, which should begin work on the new constitution immediately, said the Jama’a al-Islamiya’s Shura Council in Minya on Monday. .. More

Coptic Church not worried by potential Morsy victory

Others | 19 June 2012
The Coptic Orthodox Church has said that it would respect the final results of the presidential election and is not concerned by a potential Muslim Brotherhood victory. .. More

Mursi's campaign team claim he has 69 pct of Egyptians' votes in presidential runoffs

Others | 18 June 2012
The campaign team of presidential hopeful, Mohamed Mursi, claims that 69 percent of Egyptian voters have thus far chosen their candidate. .. More

Military Council cannot implement court verdicts: Defunct parliament speaker El-Katatni

Others | 18 June 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood criticised Saturday the court ruling that dismantled the parliament's lower chamber on Thursday, saying that the ruling military council does not have the right to implement the verdict. .. More

Katatny rejects complementary constitutional declaration

Others | 18 June 2012
Saad al-Katatny, former speaker of the dissolved Parliament, rejected the complementary constitutional declaration and the decision to dissolve Parliament, which he deemed unconstitutional, in a meeting with military Chief of Staff Sami Anan on Sunday. .. More