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by: Marina Ottaway 2011-11-12
Egypt faces three major and related political challenges to a successful democratic transition: the role the military is playing and will continue to play; the presence of powerful Islamic forces, not only the Muslim Brotherhood, but also the Salafi groups and al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya; and, somewhat more unexpectedly, the growing reluctance of some self-proclaimed democrats to put the future of the country in the hands of a democratic process...

by: Amr Hamzawy 2010-12-3
The first round of parliamentary elections in Egypt has left behind a political scene that is simultaneously frustrating and puzzling...

by: Michele Dunne 2010-12-1
As results come in for Egypt’s People’s Assembly elections—surprise, a victory for the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP)—they are likely to enjoy little credibility either inside or outside the country due to the total lack of transparency and the widespread irregularities and violence that characterized the voting and counting processes...

by: Amr Hamzawy 2010-11-23
As Egypt heads toward elections for the lower house of parliament on November 28 and the presidency in 2011, Cairo’s officials have got their story straight and they are sticking to it: this proud nation needs no international observation of its elections, which will proceed according to well-established laws and constitutional precepts...

by: Amr Hamzawy, Michele Dunne 2010-11-18
As the November 28 elections approach, the Muslim Brotherhood appears conflicted and troubled compared to its state before the 2005 parliamentary polls. Many in Egypt were taken aback by the Brotherhood’s determination to participate in the coming elections...

by: Michele Dunne, Amr Hamzawy, Jennifer Windsor 2010-11-18
Opposition activity is heating up as Egypt moves closer to parliamentary elections on November 28. But as voters prepare to head to the polls, the Egyptian government has tightened restrictions on independent media and civil society, and has already disqualified one-quarter of the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidates...

by: Michele Dunne, Amr Hamzawy 2010-11-4
Among the intriguing scenes playing out in the lead-up to the November 28 parliamentary elections has been the throngs of would-be candidates vying for nominations from the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP)...

by: Muhammad Abu Rumman 2010-10-24
Despite efforts by Jordanian Prime Minister Samir Rifai to dissuade the Muslim Brotherhood from its decision to boycott the November 9 parliamentary elections, the Brotherhood has held its ground, with all attempts at mediation by politicians and officials falling short...

by: Omar Ashour 2010-10-23
“This is a giant that needs to be awakened to save Egypt…look at what other diaspora communities are doing,” said one enthusiastic participant in a recent London conference for the Egyptian National Assembly for Change (NAC)...

by: Mahmoud Ali Mohamed, Wael Nawara, Andrew Albertson, Michele Dunne 2010-10-23
The ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) is struggling to manage competition within the party for nominations, and opposition groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood are facing restrictions on their ability to campaign...

by: Amr Hamzawy, Michele Dunne 2010-10-23
The parliamentary elections of 29 November 2010 mark the beginning of a long electoral season. The ruling National Democratic Party, or the government’s party as it is known to Egyptians, continues to use the state apparatus to ensure its electoral success...

by: Michele Dunne, Amr Hamzawy 2010-10-15
International observers are for newly independent states without the institutions needed to run elections--unlike Egypt--according to Moqbel Shaker, Vice Chairman of Egypt’s National Human Rights Commission...

by: Michele Dunne 2010-10-14
A recent commentary titled “U.S.–Egyptian Relations on the Eve of Egypt’s Elections” by Michele Dunne senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and editor of the online journal, the Arab Reform Bulletin was posted discussing numerous issues...

by: Michele Dunne,Amr Hamzawy 2010-10-7
It would be easy to dismiss Egypt’s November 29 parliamentary elections as just one more chapter in Egypt’s rather sad recent electoral history...

2010-9-18
Whether Gamal Mubarak will be the ruling National Democratic Party’s (NDP) candidate in the 2011 presidential election is one of the most discussed questions in Egypt today...

by: Najib Ghadbian 2010-9-18
The Syrian Muslim Brotherhood’s recent selection of a new General Guide is generating speculation about the group’s trajectory after a period in which it gave up most opposition activities...

2010-6-24
The Brotherhood announced that we will not have a candidate in the 2011 presidential election. We will wait for the names of the actual candidates and study their platforms before announcing our support for one candidate or lack of support for another...

by: Amr Hamzawy , Michele Dunne 2010-5-29
With the approach of the 2010 Egyptian parliamentary elections and 2011 presidential election, the opposition has been reinvigorated, especially since the arrival of former IAEA Chief Inspector Mohamed ElBaradei...

by: Amr Elshobaki 2010-5-22
Where are Egypt’s political parties in this picture? Clearly the country’s 24 licensed parties are not the engine of political dynamism...

2010-3-17
While the Brotherhood is unlikely to renounce political activity altogether, recent internal party elections saw advocates for political participation ousted...

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