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The committee is not done discussing the judicial branch and said it would ensure the independence of the judiciary
The deceased soldiers were given a military funeral in Al-Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City
Prominent former candidates question terms of Peace Accords
President and armed forces vow swift justice for culprits
Giza governor had implemented the mandates issued by President Morsy to form a committee responsible for surveying damage resulting from clashes in Dahshur
By Mohamed Fawzy Employees in the Ministry of State for Administrative Development (MSAD) organised a demonstration at the Ministry’s headquarters the day before yesterday to protest against their Ministry being overlooked in the new cabinet. Officials within the MSAD indicated that a meeting had been set between Dr Ashraf Abdel Wahab, the acting head of …
By Moustafa Salah and Wafaa Abdel Bari Judicial sources within the Illicit Gains Authority have said that a schedule is to be put together soon to end the problem of embezzlement of Egyptian funds. The authority plans on addressing the problem in co-operation with the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and European Union countries to which money …
Prime Minister Dr Hesham Qandil has requested a daily report on the status of the nation’s electrical grid, in addition to estimates of consumption and production data. In its report to the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE) said that of 218 power stations, 8 are currently suffer operational problems due to …
Reports say the Libyan delegation is here for an extended visit to Cairo set to last several days.
Part two of a series that examines the composition of the Qandil cabinet with a close look at allegiances and alliances within.
El-Erian explained that Morsy’s 100-day plan should only be appraised starting now
Egypt has been plunged into darkness fairly often in past weeks, with some areas having regular power cuts every three or four hours.
“This cabinet is unjust for Copts” said Bishop Pachomious
In addition to the five Muslim Brotherhood ministers, the cabinet also includes two members who are not members of the group but could be seen as their allies
Second biggest party in the now-dissolved parliament boycotts Qandil’s cabinet
The party is proceeding with legal action following fires at two buildings in Cairo and Giza
The newly appointed prime minister is not a Muslim Brother, either
Freedom and Justice Party aims to help Morsi implement one of his first 100 days tasks.
By Mohamed Darwish Solving the problem of slums located all over Cairo is part of President Mohamed Morsy’s first-100-days presidential programme. He has stressed that housing is among the fundamental rights of Egyptians and that the state must remove obstacles to guaranteeing housing for every citizen. Dr Abolfotouh Shanan, a professor of planning and one …
The FJP’s economic committee sets out to restructure the National Investment Bank due to the intricate problems and inefficiencies it currently suffers
On the first day of President Mohamed Morsy’s reinstated parliament, hundreds of people crowded the gates as parliamentarians came and went. They were a deeply divided group, with around 200 Morsy supporters camped immediately outside the entrance, while another 40 who opposed the decision stood across the street bitterly looking on. Some politicians drove through …
Freedom and Justice Party denies making any recommendations to Morsi
The plan is said to have solutions for a number of problems, ones such as public debt and the poor performance of some public companies.
Dr. Mohamed Gouda, a member of the Freedom and Justice Party’s (FJP) economic committee and its spokesman, responded to recent criticisms that businessmen prepared the party’s Nahda project and that it does not sufficiently include leftist ideas.
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 …
The candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party becomes the first civilian President of Egypt
The Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice Party will pursue legal action against Al-Dostour Newspaper, charging the daily with slander, libel and defamation
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.”
The Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice Party will pursue legal action against Al-Dostour Newspaper, charging the daily with slander, libel and defamation for an article alleging the FJP was planning to assassinate nearly 200 public officials.
By Omnia Al Desoukie CAIRO: Representatives of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) said Thursday that all options are open to confront the ruling military council and sack the current transitional government, including organizing mass protests. Head of the party’s parliamentary bloc Hussein Ibrahim accused the government of covering up corruption cases and ignoring crime, describing …