Egypt’s Supreme Administrative Court ruled on one critical case and set to rule on four more
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Morsi’s narrow margin of victory my mean that even his own support base fragments
The Supreme Administrative Court has overturned the Minister of Justice’s decree, the ruling declared that the Justice Minister’s decisions violated constitutional principles
Ganzouri cabinet officially resigns, assumes caretaker duties until a new one is appointed
The attack is the latest in a series of violent incidents in the tourist town of Mombasa. An unknown attacker tossed a hand grenade into a bar where customers were watching the Euro 2012 England vs Italy quarter final game
Recent moves by SCAF have set the field for a struggle between them and the president-elect for authority over the state
The country’s first direct elections in over 40 years
The cabinet finalised the 2012/2013 annual state budget, which will be effective starting July 1, and sent it to the Supreme Council of Armed Forces for approval.
Several groups emerge in the political vacuum left by the PEC delayed results Coalitions are springing up left and right in the wake of the Presidential Elections Committee’s postponement of the ‘official’ presidential election results, further exacerbating what many activists and politicians are calling the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces’ “coup.”
Coalitions are springing up left and right in the wake of the Presidential Elections Committee’s postponement of the ‘official’ presidential election results, further exacerbating what many activists and politicians are calling the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces’ “coup.”
Brotherhood claims “Morsi is definitely the president, appeals not enough to affect results”
Parliament march turned away by security forces and returns to familiar haunt in Tahrir Square
While PeC delays eleCtion results, a grouP of indePendent judges announCe their findings Judges for Egypt, a group of reform- minded and independent judges, has announced that the Muslim Broth- erhood’s presidential candidate Mo- hamed Morsi won the elections in a press conference held at the Journal- ists’ Syndicate yesterday afternoon. The movement, which had formed …
Egypt’s generals will likely maintain their grip on public life long after handover deadline.
Thousands at Tahrir Square protest in support of Mohamed Morsi and chant against the military council.
If the People’s Assembly is dissolved, the president swears the oath in front of the General Assembly of the Supreme Constitutional Court. SCAF is the body responsible for all decisions related to the armed. The council’s head holds all powers held by the General Commander of the Armed Forces and the Defence Minister. The president …
Mohamed Morsi announces he has won 52% of the votes in the presidential elections.
The country’s ruling Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF) has issued a ‘complimentary constitutional declaration’ late on Sunday, only hours after initial results of the runoff round of presidential elections started coming in. The declaration outlines the powers of the next president and sets up how the anticipated new constitution is to be drafted and …
Some choose to invalidate their votes while millions simply stayed home.
The Muslim Brotherhood is haunted by Nasser era persecution.