Category Archives: Elections

Egypt Court Suspends Next Month Election as Clashes Renew at Egypt’s Nile Corniche, Security Official Sacked

Egypt Court Suspends Next Month Election Local Editor An Egyptian court on Wednesday ordered the suspension of parliamentary elections scheduled to begin in April, opening a legal battle likely to delay the vote and deepening the political that has polarized … Continue reading

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U.S. Presidential Election

I find it amazing that in a nation with over 300 million inhabitants the best candidates for the US Presidency are either Obama or Romney. Both have the same ruthless and unlawful attitude to International Law and devotion to Apartheid. … Continue reading

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What Happened in Egypt’s Presidential Elections?

by the Editor Sunday, May 27th, 2012   The Sacking of a Revolutionby ESAM AL-AMIN Fifteen months after millions of Egyptians -led by the revolutionary youth- were united in their demand to end a corrupt and suffocating dictatorship, they were … Continue reading

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Sabahi demands Egyptian vote suspended over irregularities

A man shouts during a protest against candidate Ahmed Shafik at Tahrir Square in Cairo 25 May 2012. (Photo: Reuters – Suhaib Salem) Published Saturday, May 26, 2012 Leftist candidate Hamdeen Sabahi will file an appeal for Egypt’s presidential election … Continue reading

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Egypt’s Brotherhood: Mursi, Shafiq in Presidential Runoff

Local Editor Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood said on Friday that its candidate Mohamad Mursi would go on the presidential run-off along with former Prime Minister in Hosni Mubarak’s regime, Ahmad Shafiq. The powerful movement said Mursi was leading the race, with … Continue reading

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Voters in Poor Section of Cairo Voice Their Support for Nasserite

A campaign poster reads “No to Moussa and Shafiq the folouls [remnants of the regime]” in Cairo May 24, 2012. (photo by Sophie Claudet) http://static.ak.facebook.com/connect/xd_arbiter.php?version=6#channel=f3e8077ced513ec&origin=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.al-monitor.com&channel_path=%2Fpulse%2Foriginals%2F2012%2Fal-monitor%2Fblog-post-5.html%3Ffb_xd_fragment%23xd_sig%3Df369cb27856fe6c%26&transport=postmessagehttps://s-static.ak.facebook.com/connect/xd_arbiter.php?version=6#channel=f3e8077ced513ec&origin=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.al-monitor.com&channel_path=%2Fpulse%2Foriginals%2F2012%2Fal-monitor%2Fblog-post-5.html%3Ffb_xd_fragment%23xd_sig%3Df369cb27856fe6c%26&transport=postmessage By: Sophie Claudet posted on Thursday, May 24, 2012 “Enough with the Islamists, enough with … Continue reading

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Egypt wraps up historic election

  Published Thursday, May 24, 2012 See how the day unfolded with our live blog. Egypt prepared to wrap up landmark presidential polls on Thursday after an orderly two-day vote in which candidates pitted stability against the ideals of the … Continue reading

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