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Case referred to trial following the blogger’s questioning over involvement in Moqattam clashes
The party delivered 19,000 signatures from 20 governorates to the army in order to end the “Brotherhood occupation”
ANHRI and EOHR alarmed by the violations against journalists in Egypt
Court hearings for members of the former regime and Mubarak’s family were postponed on Monday
Two members of the Pilots Land Association detained for 15 days pending investigation of illegal sale of land
The National Groups Coalition demands early presidential elections as an exit to the current crisis
Sultan fined EGP 10,000 for insulting Shafiq
FJP spokesperson says the 11 are a special case, as no charges have been filed against them
Ahmed Shafiq’s new party launches amid disturbances arising on the back of a new constitution
Losing presidential contender calls Muslim Brotherhood a “dissonant” group
Former presidential candidate tells Egyptians to focus on national security
Administrative court’s verdict due in November
Elections results and bank accounts at centre of law suits.
Trial against former prime minister to be held in absentia on 2 December
The defense also reiterated a claim that this case is in-fact politically motivated.
It seems that Morsy has stumbled upon Mubarak’s governance manual somewhere in the presidential palace
Former presidential hopeful Ahmed Shafiq and ten others facing new corruption charges
NDP members will run in next election under the “Coalition of the People’s Representatives”
Al-Dostor Party officially established, Shafiq announces new party
The former presidential candidate is accused of profiteering, forging official documents, and seizing public funds
Mubarak’s last prime minister charged alongside Mubarak’s two sons, Gamal and Alaa Mubarak
Liberal former member of parliament Mohamed Abu Hamed speaks with DNE
The candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party becomes the first civilian President of Egypt
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
Following the end of voting on Sunday, the campaigns of both Ahmed Shafiq and Mohamed Morsi, as well as media outlets such Al Ahram Online, the OnTV channel and the Al Jazeera channel all reported varied figures on the percentage of votes attributed to each candidate. Both Al Ahram Online and Al Jazeera put Morsi …
With unofficial voting tallies, both candidates claim the country’s highest seat and accuse the other of fraud.
Mohamed Morsi announces he has won 52% of the votes in the presidential elections.
By Ali Abelatti / Reuters CAIRO: The commission overseeing Egypt’s presidential election has upheld rulings disqualifying eight candidates including former spy chief Omar Suleiman and Salafi preacher Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, the state-owned al-Ahram newspaper said on Tuesday. The panel has yet to decide on appeals lodged by two other candidates including the Muslim Brotherhood’s …
CAIRO: Presidential hopeful Ahmed Shafiq denied Tuesday allegations that his candidacy is supported by the ruling military junta in a press conference to officially declare his intention to join the presidential race. Registration for the elections is slated to begin on March 10. "I trust that the armed forces will not support a specific candidate," …
By Safaa Abdoun CAIRO: While opinions differ on whether former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq’s appearance on ONTV Wednesday brought down his cabinet, prominent journalist Hamdy Qandil says one thing is for sure, “This was a historic episode in Arabic television.” At a panel discussion at the American University in Cairo Sunday, Qandil, recalled Shafiq’s appearance …