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Alleged to have improperly supported Saturday’s Islamist rally
Cairo rally, the only one postponed
Million-man protest set for Tuesday
Beni Suef dodges violence
Rage peaks in Alexandria, Suez and Mahalla
Interview with Tharwat El-Kherbawy; an insider’s look at the Muslim Brotherhood
Concerns that campaign will push Brotherhood agenda
Freedom and Justice, Al-Nour, and Arab Egyptian Socialist parties to participate
Resident denies charges
Few political parties join NGO-led effort
As the new constitution is drafted a fresh controversy erupts over the rights of women
Women’s group and Abul Fotouh’s new party reject draft document
Elections results and bank accounts at centre of law suits.
Muslim Brotherhood leader is still deputy chairman of the group’s political arm but will relinquish his post in the presidential advisory board.
Progressive parties hail success, FJP paper claims underwhelming showing
“The marches are not a liberal socialist movement anymore; they become a national socialist movement,” says former deputy head of the Justice Party.
Part 2: Freedoms, duties, and rights
Protests aimed at the draft constitution may not be necessary because of the upcoming Administrative Judiciary Court hearing which may yet dissolve its second assembly.
FJP seek majority in next parliament
Over the last few weeks, the Muslim Brotherhood has aligned with the Salafis in the Constitutional Assembly in order to pass articles that establish Al-Azhar as a religious authority above any elected institution.
Opposition parties detail plans for Friday demonstrations
Civil parties call for more protests on Friday.
Muslim Brotherhood has no plans for further protests, denies responsibility for violence during Friday’s clashes.
Essam El-Erian and Saad El-Katatny compete for party’s presidency after Sabah Saqary withdraws
According to eyewitness reports, clashes erupted after apparent Brotherhood supporters tore down the stage the opposition groups had set up.
Secular and progressive groups have accused the Muslim Brotherhood and its Freedom and Justice Party of hijacking their Tahrir Square protest on Friday.
Columnists discuss a variety of issues, including the arbitrary nature of the Egyptian cultural and political spheres and the effects of the looming US presidential elections on the Middle East.
Islamic political parties push for the Sukuk law
Al-Dostor Party officially established, Shafiq announces new party
We face now worrying bids to change the state, not the government