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Ongoing wave of home demolitions and forced evictions amid media blackout must stop, group says
Allocation controls will involve respect for prices and payment terms, says Abdel Nour
Within the “1952” – or “army” – family, power is transferred from president to president when the regime arrives at a crisis. For this reason, a new president must confront the causes that led to the crisis without sacrificing the constants of the regime. In other words, the new president must be seen to redraw …
Groups aim to discuss independence of civic associations, fearing NGO law will lead to government interference
President Al-Sisi says parliamentary elections will take place before end of March
Every dynasty across history is characterised and distinguished by certain attributes, and the ‘1952 family’ is no exception. One of the most important characteristics of any dynasty is the power-transferral method, and we will notice in this regard that in most dynasties throughout history there are mechanisms for transferring power from an emperor, king, or …
Al-Sisi’s message emphasised the importance of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.
By Amr Khalifa Sometime last week, on the Ismailiyia-Cairo highway, there was a man hung by rope from a billboard. Painful, but precise, the image rendered an imperfect Egyptian economic/political landscape. That postcard of desperation was the furthest thing from the minds of Sisi supporters at the other end of the world at the UN. …
The country’s last membership in the Security Council was in 1997.
CEO of Marriott International says Egypt remains major tourism destination
68% of Egyptians knew of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s visit to the United States, while 32% where unaware of the visit.
85% of those who knew about the visit saw that it improved Egypt’s image in front of the world, while 5% didn’t think it made a difference, and 10% were unsure.
“After June 30, Sisi had one of two options: to succeed or to succeed. He doesn’t have the luxury of failure, in light of the existing political and security threats,” Magda Ghoneim told Daily News Egypt.
Shoukry stresses the importance of explaining “realities of the democratic, economic and social developments” in Egypt after 30 June
We have explained more than once that Sisi’s rule was founded on two main forces: first, the army, and the second, strong public support. Before moving on from this point, we must make it clear that the army does not provide exclusive security or control for Sisi in particular or the regime in general, despite …
The updated report is expected to include data regarding Rabaa sit-in dispersal from “official entities” and victims’ families
First 100 days under Al-Sisi rule witnessed launch of mega projects to increase investment opportunities
Growing confidence also rests on the structural reforms the government has already implemented – as well as on the many additional reforms still in the pipeline – to correct fundamental deficiencies in our economy.
Government’s anti-terrorism statements believed to be for “media consumption”, expert says
Egypt faces increased militancy and crime following 25 January Revolution
Ever since the downfall of the Muslim Brotherhood, a looming question has been raised: will the group return to political life under a new umbrella? The Brotherhood has been facing the most serious ordeal in its 86 year-old history that had already witnessed several ups and downs. It has been speculated that the leaders outside …
Cooperation protocol between the Suez Canal Authority, banks and the Ministry of Finance expected to be signed on Tuesday.
In our previous article, we explained how President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi began his journey to power, claiming that his rise was based on two main forces: first, the armed forces, and second, the pro-Al-Sisi mood that has considered him to be the most capable person to provide security and stability after removing the Muslim Brotherhood. …
By Mohammed Nosseir Egypt is in need of a coherent economic vision complemented by explicit economic policies. Undermining both, or using economic initiatives as substitutes and surprising citizens with an assortment of mega investment projects (even if they are beneficial) will not do our country any good. In a very short period, Al-Sisi has managed …
590m cubic feet of gas reduction for fertiliser and cement
It is now clear, to all those concerned, that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi does not depend on political parties or forces in his administration of the country’s affairs. He has been clear and careful in emphasising this since he was elected into the presidency. Although he was trying to win support from various factions during …
No clarification was provided on whether the industrial zone Al-Sisi mentioned and the one Abdel Nour mentioned are the same project
Government seeks to restore the confidence of international markets in Egyptian economy and gain support for economic reform programme
President seeks to establish facility for wheat and grain storage with a cost of EGP 100m
By Philip Whitfield Sing along: Money, money, money must be funny in the rich man’s world. Money, money, money: always sunny in the rich man’s world. ABBA’s chart-topper. Here’s the 64-million-dollar question: Where will the money come from to save Egypt? A clue: The man with the plan worked his wizardry in China, Russia, South …
Others with health, humanitarian issues will be pardoned