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PM made no victory claim in a post-election speech
66% of Egyptians do not agree to raise the price of fuel and electricity, says Baseera
Ahmed Morad’s God’s Land voted as best novel and Donia Samir Ghanem as best actress
Baseera’s opinion poll on 26 countries surprisingly indicates that Ethiopia is friendly and Denmark is hostile
21% of those supporting airstrikes against Houthis say it is part of Egypt’s war on terror
Essebsi won Sunday’s run-off poll in Tunisia’s first democratic presidential elections
Candidates traded accusations, personal attacks in heated run-up to poll
The group’s request to establish a political party was rejected by Supreme Electoral Commission on 3 December
The Islamist Ennahda Movement did not field any candidate
While the official results have yet to be announced, the preliminary results show the secular party is set to obtain 85 seats against the 69 of Islamist rival.
Political parties cite high turnout, election monitors claim irregularities
Jarba is not running against Assad in a 3 June presidential vote but Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian hit out regardless.
Daily News Egypt spoke with some of the regional and international observer missions that will be monitoring the two-day process in differing ways, depending on the size and scope of the individual missions.
Nearly 45% of Egyptians have not decided yet who to elect if the presidential elections were to be held tomorrow
“All the voters of the constituency took part in voting and 100 percent of them voted for Kim Jong-Un,” the North’s official KCNA news agency said.
27% of Egyptians rated the current cabinet performance as “good”, while 20% rated it as “bad”.
Minister of Interior promises a “comprehensive security” plan during referendum
Around 76% of Egyptians said they intend to vote in the referendum
20% of Egyptians rate the performance of El-Beblawi’s government as good, while 19% rate it as bad.
60% of Egyptians expect their living conditions to be better in the upcoming year compared to the previous one, while 7% expect them to be worse.
Baseera opinion poll on the government’s performance and Egyptians’ living standards
22% of Egyptians feel the Prime Minister’s performance has been good, and 18 % feel it has been bad.
58% of Egyptians feel safe at the end of October, compared to 66% at the end of September and 27% at the end of August.
Majority support issuing Terrorism and Protest bills: Baseera
A third of all Egyptians view the cabinet’s performance as “good”, and half of all Egyptians believe it is “average”.
At the end of September, 66% of Egyptians felt safe, compared to approximately 27% at the end of August.
Russia criticized the Saudis’ “strange” decision but the conservative kingdom got a more understanding reaction from its western allies.
66% of Egyptians approve the continuation of the 50% quota on parliament seats for workers and farmers.
Ensuring stability and the availability of living necessities are Egyptians’ priority in the new constitution.
Self marketing has become key to standing out and having a professional impact on future employers
73% of Egyptians do not feel safe these days.
62% of Egyptians expect their living conditions to improve in the upcoming year.
Nearly half of Egyptians’ incomes have been affected by the curfew.
A new poll shows most Egyptians saw pro-Morsi sit-ins as ‘non-peaceful’
After one year in office, twice as many Egyptians would not re-elect Morsi as those who would
Percentage of Morsi’s supporters decreases to 42%, according to Baseera
Three out of every five Egyptians have heard of the Tamarod, or “rebellion”, campaign.
Half of those who are aware of the campaign are amenable to signing its form.