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by: EWB(Egyptions without Borders) 2005-11-8

Denting ruling party majority
When dust settles on the general elections that begin on Wednesday in Cairo and are spread in stages across the country over the next month, the balance of power in Egypt is unlikely to have altered much.


The ruling National Democratic Party that has traditionally acted as a dispenser of patronage and prop for President Hosni Mubarak’s autocratic r..


by: EWB(Egyptions without Borders) 2005-11-10

Parliamentary elections kick off
Voters went to the polls Wednesday in Egypt’s most robustly contested parliamentary election in more than a half century, but no one expected the vote to produce more than a glancing blow to the lock on power held by President Hosni Mubarak’s ruling National Democratic Party.

A record 5,000 candidates are on the ballot in the election which is spread..


by: EWB(Egyptions without Borders) 2006-5-24
For two days, the seventh conference for Islamic and democratic studies was held in Washington D.C., it was attended by several American university professors and students of politics and human rights activists such as Sa`d Ad-din Al-Othmani Secretary of the Moroccan Party of Justice and Development, Prof. Abd Al-Aziz Shadina, Prof. in Virginia University and Prof. Asmaa Asfordin Professor of Notr..