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From Prison to Palace; Morsi President of Egypt Posted by on Jun 24, 2012

      It is such a memorable day! Today (Sunday, 24th June 2012) and at a bit after midday, The Elections High Committee الـلــجــنـــة الــعــُــلــيــــا لـلانــتــخـــابــــات announced the final figures and results of the Egyptian runoff elections. The committee declared Dr Muhammad Morsi مــُــحــَــمــّــد مــُــرســى as President of Egypt. Thus, Morsi is the first civilian مَــدَنـِــيّ…

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Egypt’s Presidential Runoff Elections Posted by on Jun 17, 2012

      A few hours ago, the Egyptians finished voting تــصـــويـــت for the second day to choose a president رئــيــــــس  from two candidates in the first presidential elections انــتــخـــابـــات after the ouster of Mubarak in February 2011. Ahmad Shafiq أحــمــد شــفــيــــق and Mouhammad Morsi مــحــمـــد مــرســـى were the top two candidates in the first run. The…

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Egypt: Voting for a President Posted by on May 24, 2012

       Today the Egyptians continue voting تصويت to choose a president from thirteen candidates in the first free presidential elections after the 25th January 2011 Revolution. The voting process عملية started yesterday and is considered a turning point inEgypt’s modern history. No  one can predict who the winner will be. There are five frontrunners who…

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Egypt; Yesterday and Tomorrow Posted by on Jan 24, 2012

       Yesterday, Tuesday, 23rd 2012 was a memorable day as the newly-elected People’s Assembly مجلس الشعب (The Parliament البرلمان) held its first session جلسة after a year of the Egyptian 2011 Revolution. The Parliament ran its internal elections for the chairman’s post and it was won by Dr Mohammad Saad Al-Katatny; a member of the…

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