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The parliament and the Egyptian elite

I have never officially belonged to any political current. I never held a membership card for any political party, or even an NGO. I was, and still am, proud of being a journalist standing at an equal distance from all currents; I admire the behaviour of some and reject the behaviour of others. I was, …

Emad El-Sayed

Elite is not ready to sacrifice for the public benefit’s good

By Sherine Sobhy Holding his cigarette, lost in thought, Bahaa Taher looks more like Don Quixote, whose patience and hope help him cure his own melancholy over the country. Despite his age, his vivid soul is still shinning. “I live life with an old man’s heart,” as he says. However, you quickly realise this is …

Daily News Egypt

From January to June: Egypt’s ‘elite’ question

By virtue of my studies, my work and my own individual perversions, I happen to be one of those who enjoy reading political theory. However, I do not intend to actually write about political or social theory. I simply wanted to point out to how in different political and social theories from different times, perspectives …

Ziad A. Akl

Egypt: A twilight without a new dawn

By Nervana Mahmoud Egypt has always been portrayed in folk history as a woman with eternal youth, defiant and graceful. But the state that has been proud of its iconic past is currently crumbling at a surprisingly fast pace, and no one seems to be able to stop it. The chaotic scenes witnessed in Egypt …

Daily News Egypt

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