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One hundred days have passed since that afternoon when the official result of the presidential election was out. On that day, it took me 20 minutes to drive from New Cairo to Mohandseen, a trip that usually takes me 90 minutes. The streets of Cairo were as empty as a Friday early morning. After days …
The ex-presidential candidate has been gone for almost a month
Recent moves by SCAF have set the field for a struggle between them and the president-elect for authority over the state
By Ahmed Aboul Enein and Rana Muhammad Taha Tears of joy flowed down the faces of tens of thousands of Egyptians in Tahrir Square as they received news of the Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi’s victory in the country’s first post-Mubarak presidential elections. Sombre silence loomed over everyone’s face as Presidential Elections Committee head Judge …
Ministry of Interior orders police to shoot to kill if there are attacks on Police in the fallout of the announcement
Within hours of the announcement, congratulations began pouring in from leaders around the world
Supporters fainted, cried and attacked a tank at the announcement of Mohamed Morsi’s victory
Mohamed Morsi wins, becomes Egypt’s first civilian president
The candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party becomes the first civilian President of Egypt
Several groups emerge in the political vacuum left by the PEC delayed results Coalitions are springing up left and right in the wake of the Presidential Elections Committee’s postponement of the ‘official’ presidential election results, further exacerbating what many activists and politicians are calling the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces’ “coup.”
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 …
Parliament march turned away by security forces and returns to familiar haunt in Tahrir Square
The Carter Centre reports that a chaotic political climate overshadowed Egypt’s elections Former US President Jimmy Carter founded the Carter Centre to oversee the effectiveness of election processes in chaotic contexts.What they found in their mission in Egypt was not only po- litical chaos but the heavy shadow of the Supreme Council ofArmed Forces over …
While PeC delays eleCtion results, a grouP of indePendent judges announCe their findings Judges for Egypt, a group of reform- minded and independent judges, has announced that the Muslim Broth- erhood’s presidential candidate Mo- hamed Morsi won the elections in a press conference held at the Journal- ists’ Syndicate yesterday afternoon. The movement, which had formed …
As Egypt plunges further and further into the aftermath of a contentious presidential election, unofficial ballot counts seemed to indicate that the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate, Mohamed Morsi, had claimed victory with a little less than one million votes. Upon the news, hundreds of Morsi supporters streamed into Tahrir Square to celebrate the victory, but lost in the small celebratory fervor …
Despite official accounts of moderate turnout, a picture emerges of lower than reported participation.
Former presidential candidate Amr Moussa discusses the current political situation in Egypt.
The Presidential Electoral Commission processing over 100 charges of violations by both presidential camps.
With unofficial voting tallies, both candidates claim the country’s highest seat and accuse the other of fraud.