Latest in Tag: Amr Moussa Highlight
Latest in Tag: Amr Moussa
AU Panel of the Wise to visit Khartoum to address sanctions
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Egypt has suffered from mismanagement since the monarchy and until the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood, says former presidential candidate
In his interview with Daily News Egypt, Moussa opens up on the thorny issues witnessed by Egypt and the wider Arab region.
The coalition intends to run in parliamentary elections under the slogan “25 January-30 June”
Political parties regroup in preparation for upcoming parliamentary elections
Moussa visited “a number of research centres”, politicians ahead of presidential elections
The panel, established after Egypt’s suspension from the AU, issues positive statements about interim government, transitional roadmap
Amr Moussa says a number of public figures and experts are working on developing Al-Sisi’s electoral platform
Amr Moussa says Egyptians will choose a president who “can bring stability”
Moussa also said it provides equal opportunities for women regarding all rights and obligations
By Dr Mohamed Fouad As the 50-member committee completed their work on the new constitution for Egypt – the second in less than two years, the document was met with mixed reviews. Amr Moussa, the chairman of the committee, asserted earlier this week that this is a constitution that responds to the requirements of the …
Interim president praises constitution draft
On Sunday, 1 December, Egypt’s Constituent Assembly finished its task to amend the suspended constitution of 2012. The assembly handed over the draft to interim President Adly Mansour, who will in turn put it up for a public referendum in the upcoming weeks. Though praised and supported by its drafters, commentators and public figures, many voices are raising concerns regarding Egypt’s second constitution after 25 January. The Daily News Egypt now reviews some of the new constitutional amendments and compares them to the articles of the 2012 constitution.
Chairman of the committee Amr Moussa expresses his confidence that the constitution will pass in a public referendum
“We have informed the board of directors and the president of the board of directors, stressing that we as part of the media are committed to working in a climate that enables us to exercise our role freely,” said the group’s statement.
Salmawy says political regime sub-committee discussed formation of supreme authority for media regulation
Assembly member Sayed Abdel Aal seeks consensus in rebuilding Egypt
The party’s assistant secretary says writing a new constitution is a manipulation of the roadmap
“The committee amended Article 54, which pertains to the establishment of political parties, banning the formation or activities of a party that are based on religious grounds,” Salmawy said.
Badr after meeting El-Moslimany: Tamarod is committed to a civil democratic constitution
Closed meeting at Al-Wafd headquarters aims to find “common ground”
The former head resigned on Sunday, and was replaced by Mohamed El-Oraby.
Daily News Egypt speaks to Conference Party head and National Salvation Front leader Amr Moussa
Upcoming protests represent ‘second wave of revolution’
Conference Party meets in Delta to discuss planned events for 30 June
Moussa states meeting with Al-Shater was on personal capacity; NSF says position towards president remains unchanged