Tantawi smashed a microphone in an “unprecedented act”, according to legislative committee report
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We must begin with the questions that concluded my last article: Is Al-Sisi building a vision? Can we predict this vision based on his current positions? What are the resemblances between this vision and that of former president Gamal Abdel Nasser? Before we try to answer these questions, we must keep in mind Al-Sisi’s performance …
Former president ended his interim rule on Sunday, 8 June, handing over power to Al-Sisi
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Former head of SCAF asked 84 questions in a private court session.
Trial of ousted president Hosni Mubarak adjourned until 14 December to hear other witness statements
By Fadi Elhusseini Genuine democracy requires practice and partnership, and cannot be realised aloof from people. Mobilising crowds to replace the ballot box is very dangerous as the lust for power and authority can be cast in popular demands, and gain proforma legitimacy. In order to put forward a truthful analysis, one should call a …
Almost a year ago, in an article called Brothers and generals, a phase of coexistence, I argued that the dramatic decision by ousted president Mohamed Morsi to “sack” Field Marshal Mohamed Tantawi and his deputy General Sami Anan was actually a subtle internal military coup made with the blessing of the Muslim Brotherhood. I believed, …
Ahram reports military anger over the rumours, military spokesperson denies this
Victims’ families suspect Brotherhood-SCAF collusion is main barrier to justice in Cabinet clashes
A road renamed after Field Marshal Tantawi upsets activists; authorities deny responsibility
Assembly has enough time to finalise and put to referendum the draft constitution
In almost all Egyptian newspapers, major columns have denounced President Morsy’s latest tribute to Tantawi and his team, and more than one writer has affirmed that his words are an insult to those who died during the revolution.
Some articles have amplified their criticism of the Shura Council for sacking Al-Gomhuria’s editor-in-chief with a simple word: out! The move, in their view, entails a persistent attitude to step over the Egyptian press and its pride.
March follows route taken by protesters a year ago, calls for justice and freedom
Pachomius: “We live in a new era of martyrdom.”
Soldiers arrested last year for participating in anti-army protest
Arrested army officer faces mistreatment in prison
The “No Safe Exists” campaign names five military leaders as the main focus of their campaign: former Commander-in-Chief Hussein Tantawi, former Chief of Staff Sami Anan, former intelligence chief Morad Mowafi, former Chief of Military Police Hamdy Badeen, and Major General Hassan El-Roweiny
Staff Major General Abdel-Moniem Bayoumi Al-Terras has been appointed Commander of the Air Defence Forces, Staff Air Vice-Marshal Younes El-Sayed Hamed was made Commander of the Air Force and Staff Rear Admiral Osama Ahmed Ahmed El-Gendy is now Commander of the Navy.
The deceased soldiers were given a military funeral in Al-Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City
Official Presidential Spokesperson Yasser Aly denied that President Morsy nominated former Major General Abbas Mekhemar to the post and said that the final cabinet formation would be announced next week
The co-founder of the April 6 movement finds little support for his rebuke the 1952 revolution.
Clinton meets with Tantawi, reaffirms Washington’s commitment to civilian transfer of power
President Mohamed Morsy shared a dais with the two heads of the Supreme Council of Armed Forces at the graduation ceremony for the Military Technical College