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The referendum of shame

It is finally here, the big event the Muslim Brotherhood has been eagerly waiting for. The constitutional referendum is finally taking place as this column is being written. There is no question that this referendum is indeed a historic moment that will be remembered. However, while I confess to the referendum being a historic event, …

Fady Salah

Review: Commentaries fuelled against the constitution

As the constitution referendum is getting closer, columnists have analysed the extent to which Islamist groups strive to pass the constitution. Several writers have condemned the idea of moving forward with the referendum encouraging Egyptians to vote ‘No’ rather than boycotting.   Vote ‘No’ but do not boycott Emad Al-Din Hussein Al-Shorouk newspaper Looking forward …

Fady Salah

The constitutional referendum will be held on two stages, the final stage will take place next Saturday.. (DNE/ FILE PHOTO/ Hassan Ibrahim)

Referendum split

Concerns over the legality of decision to spread the referendum over a week and the integrity of the results

Fady Salah

The constitutional referendum will be held on two stages, the final stage will take place next Saturday.. (DNE/ FILE PHOTO/ Hassan Ibrahim)

Voting law changed

Voters in Egypt’s referendums must vote where they are registered, regardless of where they work or reside on day of vote

Liliana Mihaila

In the lap of the gods

By Philip Whitfield The hounds have the fox in their sights. Unleashed, the dogged gird for affray.  Morsy is forced to flee his palatial, besieged lair. Across town the Muslim Brotherhood HQ is embattled. The overseer of the referendum calls it quits. Shakespeare: We would not seek a battle, as we are, yet as we …

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