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Party coordinating with other parties to amend elections law but has not requested to join any electoral coalitions
The Presidential Elections Committee rejects Shafiq’s appeal
Erdogan is widely believed to be planning to run for the presidency in the 10 August elections.
President stresses to US Secretary of State Egypt’s determination to see the “roadmap” through
Supporters in the western Afghan city burnt their voter registration cards in protest against alleged irregularities in the contest between the former foreign minister and rival Ashraf Ghani.
More than 1,000 protesters gathered in the city for the largely peaceful demonstration but the United Nations warned that any street violence “could lead to a spiral of instability”.
Number of issues raised including judiciary,recent court decisions and freedom of expression during election time
Eleven voters in the western province of Herat had their fingers – which were dipped in ink to register their ballot – cut off by insurgents.
The releases came a day after Syrian state television reported that Assad had declared an unprecedented amnesty, extending for the first time to those accused under the country’s anti-terrorism legislation.
Outgoing prime minister Abdullah Al-Thani had refused to recognise Miitig’s government, saying he would await the judiciary’s decision before handing over power.
Rates at which banks are allowed to trade dollars are determined by the results of central bank sales, giving the bank effective control over official exchange rates.
Interim President completes historic mission: SCC deputy head
The European Union offers its partnership in the field of improving “good governance”
“I hand over the state to the president entrusted by the people,” interim president says
First draft of the legislation was criticised by several political parties
President-elect to be sworn in Sunday after lopsided victory
When I met with the European Union’s Chief Observer Mario David at a polling station in downtown Cairo last week one thing that he highlighted to me was how welcome he and his fellow observers felt. He described “the salute they give us… the welcoming smiles” he had seen during his time in Cairo. He …
By Johannes Amin Makar For some time, a bit of an insane mind seemed requisite for one to enter the presidential race in Egypt. Various indicators contradicted a fair battle, and for many, contesting Al-Sisi had everything of a nutty business. The sanity claim appeared to be honoured when the little credible Mortada Mansour announced his …
Commission says there is no basis for appeals
National Council for Women accuses EU of trying to deny the legitimacy of the “30 June Revolution”, while the EU says NCW chairman was “misinformed” about its mission’s report
Prime minster says government has succeeded in advancing the transitional roadmap during its first 90 days
“A very high turnout might have enhanced the legitimacy of the return to military rule in domestic and international eyes,” the credit agency says
Elections watchdog issues report over violations it observed during last week’s elections
Mutharika, the brother of president Bingu wa Mutharika who died in office in 2012, appealed to the 11 other presidential candidates to “join me in rebuilding the country” after some – including Banda – contested the results.
Egyptians receive free train and Superjet tickets for 48 hours upon presenting their national IDs
Presidential candidate cites “large-scale” violations against his campaign members during the last 48 hours
Ministry aims to facilitate the process of reaching polling stations for citizens, says minister of transportation
The Presidential Elections Law states that people who fail to cast a vote without an excuse will be fined
Elections commission states that creating such stations might have jeopardised the validity of the elections’ results
“Every vote we have got has a heroic story behind it,” says Hamdeen Sabahy