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Moussa is only presidential candidate besides incumbent President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi
During the meeting, Al-Sisi asserted that Egypt seeks the establishment of a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital
Former French PM Manuel Valls has promised to avoid deep public spending cuts, in a pitch to voters ahead of France’s presidential election. Valls faces six other candidates for the Socialist Party nomination.
The committee was formed as a result of the National Youth Conference; participant asserts government will not interfere in preparation of detainees lists
According to La Tribune, the cost of the deal reached €300m
Bosnia has lifted a key blockage on its road to EU membership, with help from Berlin. But the Balkan country is facing other serious obstacles, says regional expert Alida Vracic.
In his presidential campaign, Al-Sisi made several promises such as mega projects in various fields to further development in Egypt
Striving to change has been the hallmark of Al-Sisi’s presidency over the past two years, yet a lot of potential remains untapped
‘Forces of evil’ aim to destroy the Egyptian state, says president during Friday interview
Prosecution earlier made accusations against Geneina
Al-Sisi’s popularity in decrease conditioned by alignment with people’s demands, says Hamdeen Sabahy
Al-Sisi is following in Mubarak’s footsteps in terms of corruption, says economic expert
The released are non-political detainees, all charged with debt issues
Government consultancy offices offered to implement Suez Canal, renewable energy projects to benefit from fund’s 60% allocation to investments
A new vision on industrial zones to be implemented in Qaliubiya
EIPR argues that President’s decree to remove independent bodies’ heads poses threat to accountability, effective governance
Instructions were issued to Ministry of Military Production to deliver 2,000 vehicles on daily instalment of EGP 100
Presidency leads media campaign on “achievements of the year”
Replacements include security men, university professors and youth
Officials purportedly pick media personnel to convince people that Al-Sisi is targeted
The Brotherhood was officially designated a terrorist organisation in a December 2013 cabinet decree, and the decision was upheld, by court order, in February 2014.
Armed forces to provide financial compensation for damages to boats and fishing equipment, says fishermen’s spokesperson
Police were never subject to military trials in first place, experts say
The law tasks prosecutors with making two lists, one for terrorist entities and the other for leaders, members, and founders
Aida Seoudy suspended after criticisms of demonstrator deaths in protests against Mubarak ruling, ANHRI calls incident violation of freedoms
The Egyptian presidency said Sunday that the “judiciary is completely independent”, in response to Saturday’s verdicts in the ‘trial of the century’, state-run news agency MENA reported. “It is not allowed to comment on the judiciary verdicts,” the presidency said in a statement. Referring to the Egyptian constitution it added: “There should be separation between …
Saudi monarch says agreement with Qatar included “support for Egypt”
President says scientific experts can provide a vision for Egypt’s future
President meets with NCHR head
The ministry blamed the Muslim Brotherhood—classified by Egypt as a terrorist organisation—for “creating a state of chaos”.