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Younis Makhyoun, the new leader of the Al-Nour Party, meets with Daily News Egypt.
Salafi party says including quotas would jeopardise constitutionality of new electoral law
Al-Nour Party states intentions to run independently, FJP ‘open’ to creating multiparty coalition
Salafi party concludes its first elections since the split of leading figures
New head of Salafi party extends olive branch to Copts
For sake of economic stability, Nader Bakkar calls for year-long truce.
Hazem Abu Ismail to lead new Islamist party
Abdel Ghafour has allegedly resigned following a series of conflicts regarding Al-Nour Party’s internal elections
Borhami denies insulting Al-Azhar
Al-Azhar representatives deny Borhami’s implications that they engaged in a deal to preserve a supreme stance in the constitution
Borhami states the new constitution includes “full unprecedented restrictions”
Emad Abdel Ghafour announces “Egyptian political work convention,” which seeks to reach consensus between political groups
Political groups resume campaigns, following preliminary results of the first round of the referendum
A fight between pro and anti-constitution demonstrators put Al-Qa’ed Ibrahim mosque under siege for over 12 hours
Salafi party produces a series of documentaries about the constituent assembly and the constitution
Hard-line calls continue for increased Shari’a influence despite the fact most Salafi parties are backing constitution
ElBaradei called Islamists “clowns” and said his plan would do more than give people “a kilo of sugar and a litre of oil”
Sadat accuses president of meddling
Progressive parties also reject draft
The Ministry of Finance’s head of the Public Debt Unit, Samy Khallaf, declared that a preliminary agreement has been reached with 10 international investment banks to carry out the procedures of issuing the first Egyptian Islamic Sukuk in international markets. The value of the projected Sukuk, Khallafa dded, would range from $750 million to $1 …
Protests aimed at the draft constitution may not be necessary because of the upcoming Administrative Judiciary Court hearing which may yet dissolve its second assembly.
Sheikh accused of raping children in Suez referred to criminal court
Spokesmen say party stable after reconciliation despite news of internal coup in Matrouh
Party resolution brokered by its supreme commission and Salafi Calling
Islamic political parties push for the Sukuk law
Bakar says party will form reconciliation committee
The circus is in town, people, and it is not leaving anytime soon. Sit back and enjoy the show.
Islamist parliamentarian says no to prospect of alliances
Columnists explore the continuing internal dispute splitting the Salafi Al-Nour party. Others dedicate their columns to Sinai and the suggested idea of arming tribes to safeguard the peninsula. On another note, some commentaries have discussed the growing debate on the Constituent Assembly and its membership, focusing on the five members who resumed their roles within …
High board members denounce former Chairman Abdel Ghafour