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Political parties continue condemning government’s decision to extend the state of emergency
Concerns raised over effectiveness of state of emergency extension and image of Egypt abroad
President Mansour forms the Supreme Electoral Committee in anticipation of a constitutional referendum
By Farah Halime, Rebel Economy We may not like it, but Egypt desperately needs Gulf money. So why not change the way the Gulf lends money to Egypt to make it count. It won’t be just about wasting away cash to address a symptom without resolving the underlying problem. Indeed, without Gulf aid, the government would have …
Presidential spokesman says military trials have been carried out according to law
The interim president gave his first interview answering
The Salafi party reiterates its hesitancy in participating in amending the constitution
Parallel to the ongoing political turmoil, the country is having its second constitutional debate. The amendments have been criticised heavily and they will be handed over to the constituent assembly that was formed this week. Daily News Egypt reviews the amendments and the criticism of them.
On June 26th, four days before June 30th, I was driving home to Heliopolis passing by Ghamra, when the following took place in 60 seconds: The driver of the car in front of me suddenly got his arm out, which had a gun, and proceeded to shoot three times in the air, before swerving and …
By Nervana Mahmoud The political map of Egypt is slowly changing. As events continue to unfold following June 30 and then the July 3 coup, there are emerging new realties that may have an impact the future of the country for years to come. Currently, however, there is nothing definitive or clear. First, the ongoing …
New council formation largely complies with nominations made by Press Syndicate
Adly Mansour releases a two article decree announcing termination of “defective” social security law
The reshuffle of the regional leaders comes approximately two months after ousted president Mohamed Morsi appointed 17 new governors.
Adly Mansour is scheduled to swear in 20 new governors on Tuesday, with seven governors maintaining their posts
Shoft Taharosh group continues monitoring sexual harassment during Eid
Adly Mansour pledges “calculated steps” against protesters
The Freedom and Justice Party wanted more from the senators while other parties denounced the visit.
The interim cabinet ratified three new bills, restructuring the Supreme Press Council and the National Council for Human Rights
Interim president Adly Mansour says visiting foreign officials are not exerting pressure on the state
Prime Minister said that exceptional laws are repulsive
EU head will stress importance of an inclusive transition process in meetings with all sides
Several political parties as well as public figures comment on the deadly Rabaa Al-Adaweya clashes
Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim calls on new graduates to “stand by the people” and vows to continue work with support from the armed forces
Interim president said in a phone call to Al-Hayat satellite channel Friday night he did not imagine that he would be put in this position
The state will take all necessary measures to dry up sources of terrorism, said the National Defence Council
Muslim Brotherhood refuses calls for reconciliation on grounds of the “current government’s illegitimacy”
The percentage of those who do not know the interim president’s name increases from 35% in urban areas to 51% in rural areas. The percentage also increases from 34% in urban governorates to 42% in Lower Egypt and 52% in Upper Egypt.
The Salafi party wants to amend the 2012 constitution and is assessing the performance of the newly appointed constituent assembly.
First meeting of interim ministers focuses on reconciliation, security and economy
The Legal Experts Committee, consisting of ten judges and experts, begins its work on constitutional amendments on Sunday