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Egypt’s legitimacy crisis in the aftermath of flawed elections
04 Aralık 2010 - Amr Hamzawy
The first round of parliamentary elections in Egypt has left behind a political scene that is simultaneously frustrating and puzzling. The frustration is readily apparent--domestic observers and some local and international media correspondents have documented numerous violations that marred the elections. Most notably, security forces staged an organized intervention on behalf of the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP)’s candidates, hindered some judges overseeing the elections from doing their job, and blocked many observers from either entering the polling stations or remaining long enough to evaluate the election process. Vote-buying was widespread, and acts of violence at polling places resulted in some loss of life and damage to public property. This dishearteningly lengthy list of violations greatly limits the integrity, transparency, and competitiveness of the first round of elections. Regardless of the outcome of the 5 December run-off elections, these irregularities strip the credibility of the ruling establishment’s promise to hold free and pluralistic elections of which Egypt would be proud--and which would have been a huge step forward on the path of democratization. NDP Monopoly of Parliament Based on the results of the first round of voting and a map of the races predicted for the run-off election, it is clear that Egyptian citizens will have an NDP-controlled People’s Assembly for the next five years. The NDP won over 90 percent of the seats, with opposition and independent candidates’ share declining from 24 percent in the 2005–2010 parliament to less than 10 percent today. Despite its relatively strong numbers in the last parliament, the opposition was still unable to stop the NDP from pushing through its constitutional amendments and legislative agenda, and was ineffective in its watchdog role and repeated attempts to hold the executive branch accountable. One would assume, then, that the ruling party’s absolute monopoly of the legislative process will mean the opposition--with very little representation in parliament--will enjoy an even more flimsy oversight role in the next five years. The 2010 parliamentary elections--by almost completely unifying the legislative and executive branches--will only further aggravate the existing problems in Egyptian politics. The People’s Assembly will have a ruling party controlling 90 percent of the seats and a stunted opposition with only a handful of non-influential deputies, while the Muslim Brotherhood--whose deputies over the past five years comprised the most organized faction and the most effective watchdog within the opposition--is completely absent. This inevitably calls into question how much such a legislature represents voters’ actual preferences and political choices. It will lack the legitimacy of popular approval, which comes only from fair and transparent elections. A parliament like the newly elected assembly only deepens the negative repercussions of one of the most serious structural imbalances in Egyptian politics, namely the weakness of the legislative branch and the continual decline of its oversight role. Oversight has been whittled down to merely a mechanism to rubber-stamp constitutional amendments, bills, and budgets submitted by the executive branch. Increased Risk of Sectarian Tensions At a time when Egyptian society is witnessing heightened sectarian tensions between Muslim and Christian citizens, and the security, religious freedoms, civil liberties, and political rights of Christians is being challenged around the Middle East, the new People’s Assembly in Egypt will under-represent Copts. Of its nearly 800 candidates, the NDP only had ten Copts, while the liberal Wafd Party nominated five Copts and the leftist Tagammu three Copts, in addition to a handful of independent Coptic candidates. Even making the unrealistically optimistic assumption that all of the Coptic candidates win in the run-off election, Copts will still represent less than 4 percent of the People’s Assembly, meaning they are underrepresented relative to their numbers--most unofficial estimates place Copts at 10 percent of the population--and influential role in Egyptian society. The ruling establishment and the bulk of the opposition remain either silent on the catastrophically low Coptic representation or argue it is justified by social circumstances. The public debate over this problem has been restricted, where government and opposition leaders refuse to even discuss strategies like a “Coptic quota” or other affirmative action measures. They claim that equal citizenship rights for both Muslims and Copts are provided for in the law and guaranteed by the authorities, despite the grave shortcomings that have come to undermine these rights in the case of Copts. In one of the few positive notes from the 2010 elections, unrelated to the struggle between the government and the opposition, the new People’s Assembly will see an unprecedented jump in women’s representation after a government initiative allocated 64 seats for a women’s quota, thus ending the era in which women had largely appointed, not elected, deputies. NDP’s Objectives and Outcomes In evaluating the outcome of the election and what it means for Egypt’s political scene, it is difficult to assume the ruling NDP and its various executive branch bodies manipulated the electoral process with the sole purpose of attaining total control over parliament. There is no doubt the NDP was looking to keep its comfortable, greater than two-thirds majority in the People’s Assembly, continue to consolidate its position as the dominant party, diminish the role of the Muslim Brotherhood in parliament with a series of repressive actions, and limit political competition. But in approaching the elections, the ruling party also wanted to achieve a complementary set of political objectives, most prominently:    1. To strengthen the position of the cooperative opposition parties in the People’s Assembly by substituting Wafd, Arab Nasserist, Tagammu, and other deputies in place of the seats held by the Muslim Brotherhood members. This would ensure the NDP’s control over the legislative agenda but provide a façade of the same degree of pluralism and diversity within parliament.
   2. In light of the constitutional amendments of 2007 and the extension of the emergency law, the NDP had a strategic interest in conducting the electoral process with enough integrity, transparency, and competition to enable the party to defend both moves and forge a new image of itself with the Egyptian public. This image is that of a modern party that can win fair elections without oppressing opposition parties--with the caveat that that they must be legal parties (as opposed to the banned Brotherhood) and secular (since the 2007 constitutional amendments expressly ban political activity based on religion and the Law on the Exercise of Political Rights prohibits the exploitation of religion in election campaigns).
   3. Given the Western (especially American) interest in the parliamentary elections and the government’s outright rejection of international monitoring and emphasis instead on competent, serious local monitoring, the NDP aimed to stage the elections in a way that gave credibility to both the executive bodies’ management of election details and to local monitoring efforts. This was in an attempt to manufacture a positive image of the elections in front of the international public and Western governments. The results reveal clear gaps between this set of NDP objectives and the actual outcome:    1. The NDP has 90 percent instead of 80 percent of the seats in the People’s Assembly and the opposition has only a handful of spots;
   2. Wafd and the Brotherhood have no representation in parliament after they announced their boycott of the run-off election. Wafd has decided to withdraw its two candidates who won in the first round. Furthermore, the electoral process was plagued with violations related to the Higher Electoral Commission’s weakness and the security agencies’ overwhelming strength; and
   3. Domestic observers and the local and international media were harassed to such an extent that the outside word is openly denouncing the elections and raising concerns over how the presidential elections in 2011 will be run. What prevented the NDP from carrying out its objectives? Is election abuse so run-of-the-mill in Egypt? Or is it the extreme weakness of the registered opposition parties, which the NDP would have liked to see win more seats? Is it that voter turnout was so low--no more than 20 percent, according to local observers and NGOs? Or is it the structural contradiction between the desire to dominate policy making and allow a degree of limited pluralism? Whatever the case may be, the mismatch between the post-election scene and the NDP’s objectives remains puzzling. Likewise, frustration remains because the parliamentary elections--both in the way they were run and in their results--were too far removed from fairness, competitiveness, and the essence of democracy to generate a legislature that can effectively monitor the executive branch. Consequently, the newly elected People’s Assembly is bound to lack genuine popular legitimacy. * This article was published by Al Masry Al Youm on 4 December 2010.
Election day violations widespread but relatively minor
17 Temmuz 2012
On the first day of Egypt’s first post-Hosni Mubarak presidential election, violations of electoral laws and fair practices are occurring sporadically across the country. Some campaigns are violating the legally mandated period of campaigning silence, but thus far, no evidence of vote rigging and vote buying has been documented.
Egypt president inauguration end of June, says SCAF member
17 Temmuz 2012
Military council member says the world will witness a huge ceremony of the inauguration of Egypt's soon-to-be-announced president
Shafiq lead in Cairo not enough to thwart a Morsi victory for president
17 Temmuz 2012
Results from Cairo are finally in giving Shafiq a solid lead in the capital with 57.7 per cent of the vote compared to rival Morsi's 42.3 per cent.
Shafiq is winning, say his campaign
17 Temmuz 2012
More controversy clouds the presidential vote as Ahmed Shafiq’s campaign says he is leading, despite widespread reports suggesting otherwise.
Shafiq congratulates Egypt's new president Morsi, expects results
17 Temmuz 2012
Defeated presidential contender Ahmed Shafiq reiterates support for Egypt's revolutionary demands, expresses willingness to hold governmental post under president-elect Mohamed Morsi.
Delay celebrations until after official result, says Shafiq
17 Temmuz 2012
Ahmed Shafiq has called on his supporters to delay their victory celebrations until the official presidential election result is announced on Thursday in order to avoid potential clashes with opponents.
Egypt to see first female, Coptic vice-presidents: Morsi team
17 Temmuz 2012
Ahmed Deif, a policy advisor to Egypt’s president-elect Mohamed Morsi, stressed that Morsi will be a leader for all Egyptians and will appoint Coptic Christian and female vice-presidents.
Morsi will have 'full presidential powers', says Egypt military council
17 Temmuz 2012
Egypt's military rulers defend recent changes to 2011 temporary constitution, say President-elect Mohamed Morsi will have 'full presidential powers' when he takes office.
Egypt on high alert as country awaits presidential poll results
17 Temmuz 2012
Egypt's interior ministry on Sunday declared a state of "high alert" as the country awaits with bated breath official results of a hotly-contested presidential runoff between Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi and Mubarak-era premier Ahmed Shafiq.
Defeated presidential candidate to form political party: Shafiq campaign
17 Temmuz 2012
Ahmed Shafiq campaign says vanquished candidate will found new political party following Umrah pilgrimage, despite earlier denials from Shafiq himself
Parliament dissolution could postpone election, says Ghonim
17 Temmuz 2012
The deputy head of the State Council said in a phone conversation with Wael Ghonim that the Supreme Constitutional Court’s ruling dissolving Parliament would delay the presidential election, because candidates must have signatures of endorsement from Parliament members, Ghonim said Thursday on Twitter.
Brotherhood spokesperson: Election results already known
17 Temmuz 2012
Muslim Brotherhood spokesperson Mahmoud Ghazlan has said that result of the presidential elections in Egypt is already known and will be the same as that announced by the Freedom and Justice Party and by judges in polling stations around the country.
Foreign media hail election as 'historic' and play up fears
17 Temmuz 2012
Foreign press coverage of the first round of Egypt's presidential election has been relatively sparse so far, with many reports attributing the outcome to security fears.
Scenarios for fate of Egypt's presidential elections differ according to speaker
17 Temmuz 2012
Sources close to the ruling military council say the generals are ready to make bold moves and then play it by ear; the Brotherhood sources say SCAF has options but they are also ready to dig in against the generals
Sharif Abdel Kouddous: Historic Egypt Election Outweighed by Continued Dominance of Military Rule
17 Temmuz 2012
Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi has become Egypt’s first-ever democratically elected president after beating out former Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik.
Egypt Presidential election results delayed
17 Temmuz 2012
Egypt's tumultuous political scene on Thursday was on the boil again after its election authority deferred the announcement of the historic post-Mubarak era Presidential poll results saying it needs "more time" to examine nearly 400 appeals filed by the two contenders.
Muslim Brotherhood Wins Egyptian Elections
17 Temmuz 2012
As today’s Israel Daily News Stream went to press, Egypt’s Presidential Election Commission declared Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi the winner. Twitterville, weary of the droning speech, was eager to move on.
Israel respects Egyptian election results: PM
17 Temmuz 2012
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said he respects the Egyptian election results and that he hopes the peace agreements between the two countries will be honored.
U.S. Congratulates Egypt's President-Elect
17 Temmuz 2012
The day Dr. Mohamed Morsi was officially declared Egypt’s new president-elect, U.S. President Barack Obama called to congratulate him on his victory.
Egypt parliament set to meet, defying army
17 Temmuz 2012
Egypt's parliamentary speaker said the chamber would reconvene on Tuesday after the new, Islamist president defied the generals by quashing their decision to dissolve the assembly last month.
Carter Center faults Egypt's presidential elections
17 Temmuz 2012
After observing Egypt’s landmark presidential elections, the Carter Center’s monitoring mission raised concerns that “elements of martial law” obstructed voting and the democratic process.
Amid presidential elections, al-Qaida leader urges Egypt to cancel treaty with Israel
17 Temmuz 2012
Calling the late president Anwar Sadat a traitor, Ayman al-Zawahri praises Sinai militants who blew up gas-pipeline to Israel; says military council takes orders from the U.S.
Mohamed Morsi prepares for government in Egypt – Monday 25 June 2012
17 Temmuz 2012
President-elect Morsi has moved into the office once occupied by ousted leader Hosni Mubarak and has started consultations on forming his team and a new government, AP reports.
US, EU greet Egyptian president-elect on his win
17 Temmuz 2012
Egyptian president-elect Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood party over his win in the presidential election of which results were declared Sunday.

Clinton Visits Egypt, Carrying a Muted Pledge of Support
17 Temmuz 2012
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Egypt on Saturday for meetings with its newly elected Islamist president and the chief of its still-dominant military council, declaring that the United States “supports the full transition to civilian rule with all that entails.”
Egypt president-elect vows to fight for authority
17 Temmuz 2012
In front of tens of thousands of cheering supporters, Egypt's first Islamist and civilian president-elect vowed Saturday that nobody can take away his authority and symbolically read an oath of office in Cairo's Tahrir Square on the eve of his official inauguration.
ElBaradei plans protest for torture victims, calls for election boycott
20 Haziran 2010
Mohamed ElBaradei, former chief of International Atomic Energy Agency, has announced that he will lead a silent protest in Alexandria next Friday in solidarity Khaled Saeed, the Alexandrian teen allegedly beaten to death by police, and other victims of torture.
Egypt's Brotherhood loses vote bid
02 Haziran 2010
The Muslim Brotherhood said on Wednesday it would back a drive by former U.N. atomic watchdog head Mohammed ElBaradei to reform Egyptian politics after the group secured no seats in a vote to parliament's upper house.
Egyptians vote, opposition says supporters blocked
02 Haziran 2010
Many Egyptians were blocked by security forces and ruling party backers from voting in an election on Tuesday, particularly where the opposition Muslim Brotherhood was running, rights groups and the opposition said.
Shura vote rigged, Muslim Brotherhood says
01 Haziran 2010
The Egyptian Interior Ministry has crossed legal lines in its harassment of opposition candidates, the Muslim Brotherhood said Tuesday.
Mısır'da oy verme işlemi başladı
01 Haziran 2010
Mısır'da parlamentonun üst kanadının kısmen yenilenmesine yönelik seçimler için oy verme işlemi başladı.
ElBaradei Arrives in Cairo With No Fanfare
24 Mayıs 2010
Mohamed ElBaradei, head of the National Coalition for Change arrived in Cairo unannounced Monday afternoon following an almost month-long trip abroad.
Scholars and Intellectuals Debate Egypt 's Future
18 Mayıs 2010
They considered many issues mainly concerning regime repression, and this month's extended Emergency Law. Scholars debated political reform in Egypt and the consequences of external pressure, namely US interference
Egypt's Transparent Elections Continue by Kidnapping Campaigners
15 Mayıs 2010
Egypt's Shura electoral procedures appear to be well underway as the regimes security apparatus continue with their tried and tested methods, in kidnapping members of the opposition namely the Muslim Brotherhood bloc and their supporters.
US urges repeal of Egypt emergency law
12 Mayıs 2010
The White House expressed disappointment over the Egyptian government's decision on Tuesday to extend a longstanding emergency law for two years and said it should be repealed.
AL chief says change in Egypt inevitable
11 Mayıs 2010
Secretary General of the Arab League (AL) Amr Moussa said Monday that inevitable change is coming in Egypt.
Egyptian Emergency Law Is Extended for 2 Years
11 Mayıs 2010
After years of the government’s promising to end Egypt’s state of emergency, Parliament on Tuesday approved a government request to extend for two years its right to arrest people without charge, detain prisoners indefinitely, limit freedom of expression and assembly, and maintain a special security court.
ElBaradei Backers Call For Change
10 Mayıs 2010
Supporters of Egyptian diplomat Mohamed ElBaradei said they were gathering signatures to support a push for political reforms in Cairo.
17 Brotherhood Members Arrested in 3 Governorates
08 Mayıs 2010
Yesterday, security forces arrested 17 members of the Muslim Brotherhood in three different governorates, most of whom were preparing to submit their candidacy papers for the Shura Council midterm elections in Beheira, Alexandria and Monufiya.
Egypt's ElBaradei Will Not Run For Presidentship: Aide
07 Mayıs 2010
 Former director of the IAEA Muhammad El Baradei will not run for Egyptian Presidentship, his aide has said, warning that the country is reeling under under social conditions that might lead to a civil war.
Egypt's Mubarak Regime Signals Harsh Tactics Against Opponents
07 Mayıs 2010
President Mubarak gave his first public address since March in Cairo yesterday in a bid to thwart a possible merger between disgruntled workers and the political opposition amid increasing uncertainty about who will succeed the 82-year-old leader.  
Egypt's Mubarak Promises 'Free, Fair' Elections
06 Mayıs 2010
Egyptian President Hosny Mubarak on Thursday promised that the upcoming elections will be "free and fair" in his first speech since returning to Cairo.
Egypt’s Mubarak Says Demands for Political Changes Risk ‘Chaos’
06 Mayıs 2010
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak criticized opposition demands for leadership and constitutional changes, saying that they threaten the country with “the danger of setbacks.”
Mubarak Challenges Egypt Opposition to Reveal Policies
06 Mayıs 2010
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak has challenged opposition groups to spell out their ideas for reform in his first public speech in months.  
Egypt NDP Drags Feet in Announcing Shura Candidates
05 Mayıs 2010
Signs have emerged of a new crisis in the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP), which has not yet announced the names of its candidates for upcoming elections for the Shura Council (the upper, consultative chamber of parliament)--even though candidate registration officially began on Wednesday and will continue until Sunday.
NDP Drags Feet in Announcing Shura Candidates
04 Mayıs 2010
Signs have emerged of a new crisis in the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP), which has not yet announced the names of its candidates for upcoming elections for the Shura Council (the upper, consultative chamber of parliament)--even though candidate registration officially began on Wednesday and will continue until Sunday.  
Egyptian police beat anti-government protesters
04 Mayıs 2010
Egyptian police on Monday beat anti-government protesters who were demanding an end to the country's 30-year emergency law that restricts civil freedoms in the latest challenge to the authorities from the streets of Cairo.
Rights groups call on Egypt to lift union rules, raise wages
03 Mayıs 2010
The international human rights watchdog group Amnesty International has urged Egypt to lift restrictions on establishing independent labor unions and setting up a system that would guarantee a minimum wage, referring to protests planned for today and tomorrow.
Mısır'da Olaylı Gün
03 Mayıs 2010
Mısır’ın başkenti Kahire’de, 30 yıldır uygulanan sıkıyönetimin sona ermesini isteyen yüzlerce kişi gösteri düzenledi. Polisin kalabalığa müdahalesiyle çatışma yaşandı. Olayda çok sayıda kişi yaralandı. Bazı göstericiler gözaltına alındı.
Mohamed ElBaradei could spark political upheaval in Egypt
01 Mayıs 2010
With presidential elections on Egypt's horizon, those opposed to the government run by President Hosni Mubarak since 1981 want change. They are pinning their hopes on the former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Nobel Peace prize laureate Mohamed ElBaradei.
ElBaradei criticizes US silence over Egypt events
30 Nisan 2010
Leader of Egypt's pro-reform National Association for Change Mohamed ElBaradei launched a fierce attack against the Egyptian regime describing it as "vicious"
Mubarak: Egypt Presidential Elections Will Be Freer in 2011
30 Nisan 2010
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Tuesday told his country to prepare for elections in 2011 and hinted that the next round of voting could be a little more democratic than in the past.
Egypt Mubarak warns opposition
29 Nisan 2010
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak warned a new and growing opposition movement not to jeopardize the nation's stability. Meanwhile, he welcomed spirited political debate over Egypt's future.
Restrictions in Egypt Elections Render Democracy a Far Dream
29 Nisan 2010
With the impeding, Shura, parliamentary and presidential elections, much controversy has emerged regarding Egypt's  political system, according to ikhwanweb.com. The country boasts of a constitution, a head of state, a prime minister, a parliament, judicial institutions, political parties, and civil society organizations; however in all reality it can not be considered part of an overall system.
National Association for Change plans march on parliament
27 Nisan 2010
Leaders from the National Association for Change, established by Mohamed ElBaradei, agreed yesterday in Alexandria to hold a march on 3 May from Tahrir Square, Cairo, to the People's Assembly, where they will present Fathi Sorour, speaker of the assembly, with a memorandum of the association's demands. which include ending the emergency law and the immediate ratification of a law guaranteeing political rights in Egypt.
Egyptians in America support ElBaradei but are divided in approach
26 Nisan 2010
Washington DC--Today at 6 PM EST, a group of independent Egyptian academics will meet with Mohamed ElBaradei at Harvard University’s Kennedy School in Boston. A few days ago, a group of independent Boston-based Egyptian academics sent a Facebook invitation to Egyptian faculty and graduate students living in the United States to meet with ElBaradei in a small gathering.
Egypt: Change should not threaten the nation
25 Nisan 2010
Egypt's president cautioned that street protests and calls for change could endanger the country's future, in his first public speech since recovering from surgery in Germany. President Hosni Mubarak's speech dominated the press Sunday, which showed photos of the 81-year-old president presiding over a military parade in the canal city of Ismailia.
EGYPT: Mubarak warns opposition against 'gambling' with Egypt's stability
25 Nisan 2010
While he welcomed spirited political debate over Egypt's future, President Hosni Mubarak warned a new and growing opposition movement not to jeopardize the nation's stability. Addressing Egyptians for the first time since the removal of his gallbladder of his gallbladder in Germany last month, the 81-year-old leader stressed Saturday that rising political awareness was a sign of what he called  unprecedented freedom of opinion, expression and the press.
Egypt’s Mubarak promises free and fair elections
25 Nisan 2010
President Hosni Mubarak on Saturday pledged a fair election in Egypt next year in his first speech since he had an operation last month, but also warned the opposition against "gambling" with stability.
Minister of Legal Affairs & Paraliamentary Councils Reassures the Public about the Shura Council Elections
24 Nisan 2010
Mofid Shehab, Minister of Legal Affairs & Parliamentary Councils, stated on Wednesday 21st of April, that the National Party is in the process of selecting candidates for the Shura council. Those candidates have a proven record of high performance and have developed ambitious and applicable programmes. Shehab made his statement in an effort to assure the masses and gain their confidence regarding the Shura Council election process.
No Brotherhood candidate for presidency, says supreme guide
15 Nisan 2010
“The Muslim Brotherhood does not want to rule Egypt at the moment and does not have any political agenda regarding any presidential candidate,” said the Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme guide, Mohamed Badea’, on Dream TV’s “Al-Ashera Masa’an” Wednesday.
Egypt: Protesters Criticize Ruler, Demand Change
13 Nisan 2010
Dozens of Egyptians on Tuesday demonstrated against police brutality and called for constitutional reform near the high court in downtown Cairo while hundreds of police looked on.It was a rare case in the past year of a political protest being permitted and comes only a week after dozens of demonstrators were beaten and detained for a similar protest near parliament.
Egypt says Nile sharing meeting fails
13 Nisan 2010
Egypt's state news agency reported Tuesday that 10 African nations have failed to conclude a long delayed new agreement for sharing water from the Nile and will call for closer cooperation instead.The Nile basin nations have failed for years now to agree on the Nile River Cooperative Framework Agreement to administer the longest river in the world, which would reduce Egypt's share of the Nile water.
Baradey'den Mısır Seçimlerini Boykot Çağrısı
13 Nisan 2010
Mısır Devlet Başkanı Hüsnü Mübarek'in gelecekteki en önemli rakibi Muhammed el Baradey, seçimlerin boykot edilmesini istedi.Uluslar arası Atom Enerjisi Ajansı Eski Başkanı Muhammed Baradey, anayasa değiştirilmediği ve seçimlerin dürüstlüğü garanti altına alınmadığı takdirde Mısır’daki muhalefet partilerini yaklaşan seçimleri boykot etmeye çağırdı.
Egypt political stability turning to liability
08 Nisan 2010
Egypt's calcified politics has long been judged an asset in a turbulent region but as President Hosni Mubarak ages in office with no clear successor investors are wondering if it might be a liability.
Egyptian pro-democracy demonstrators beaten, arrested in Cairo
07 Nisan 2010
At least 90 people were detained, according to rally organizers from the 6th of April movement, a mostly youth-led organization that was formed two years ago and is pushing for more political freedom
Egyptian pro-democracy demonstrators beaten, arrested in Cairo
07 Nisan 2010
Egyptian police on Tuesday beat and detained pro-democracy demonstrators in central Cairo who were calling for constitutional reforms and the repeal of a decades-old emergency law that restricts an array of personal rights.
Mısır'da Seçim
07 Nisan 2010
Egypt opposition party denounced ElBaradei visit
04 Nisan 2010
A number opposition party leaders from the governorate of Daqahlia said that they have denounced Mohamed ElBaradei's visit last Friday to Egypt's Mansoura province.They added that there was no coordination with them prior to the visit. They emphasized that the political forces they represent have a long history and deserve respect, criticizing the control that, in their words, the "Communists" exercised over the trip.
ElBaradei takes Egypt reform campaign to the street
29 Mart 2010
Egypt's most high-profile dissident, former UN nuclear chief Mohamed ElBaradei, has taken his reformist campaign to the street with a whirlwind of encounters with Muslim worshippers, Christian activists and film stars.ElBaradei also used his Internet page on the social networking group Facebook to urge Egyptians to join his newly formed National Association for Change, which seeks constitutional amendments and free elections.
Mubarak Returns to Egypt; Succession Debate Persists
27 Mart 2010
President Hosni Mubarak arrived back in Egypt on Saturday, three weeks after undergoing an operation in Germany, ending a period of intense speculation over the state of his health but maybe not about the future of his country’s leadership.
With eye to elections, Egypt cracks down on Muslim Brotherhood
09 Şubat 2010
At least a dozen senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been arrested in raids throughout the Cairo area, Middle East Newsline reported. The detained included deputy Brotherhood leader Mahmoud Izzat."These 14 arrests included a number of leading members following the internal elections and ahead of parliamentary elections," Abdul Moneim Abdul Maqsoud, an attorney who represents Brotherhood detainees, said.
Mubarak: Egypt presidential elections will be freer in 2011
26 Ocak 2010
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Tuesday told his country to prepare for elections in 2011 and hinted that the next round of voting could be a little more democratic than in the past.
Mubarak, who has ruled almost unchallenged for 29 years, said in an interview with Egypt's police news magazine that presidential elections would be open to all comers
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