Khaled Dawoud - Wikipedia
Khaled Dawoud
Khaled Dawoud is the former leader of the Constitution Party of Egypt.[4] Dawoud has been a journalist for Al-Ahram Weekly since 1996.[5] Dawoud resigned as a spokesperson for the National Salvation Front (NSF) on 16 August 2013 in protest at the support of police violence against Mohamed Morsi supporters by the NSF.[6] Dawoud was stabbed by Mohammed Morsi supporters on 4 October 2013.[7]
Khaled Dawoud
Leader of the Constitution Party
In office
25 January 2017[1] – 13 May 2018[2]
Preceded byHala Shukrallah[3]
Succeeded bySayyed Kassem (interim)[2]
Personal details
Political partyConstitution Party
Arrest during 2019 Egyptian protests
Following video releases by Mohamed Ali in September 2019 accusing Sisi of corruption and calling for anti-Sisi street protests, Dawoud called for investigations of the corruption claims. He was arrested on 25 September 2019, after protests across Egypt started on 21 and 22 September.[8] On 14 April 2020, Dawoud was released from jail.[9]
  1. ^ Al-Dostour Party designates Khaled Dawoud as new president, Daily News Egypt, 26 January 2017, retrieved 1 February 2018
  2. ^ a b Khaled Dawoud resigns as head of Egypt's Dostour party, Ahram Online, 13 May 2018, retrieved 18 April 2019
  3. ^ "Hala Shukrallah's term as Constitution Party leader ends". Ahram Online. 24 April 2015. Retrieved 18 April 2019.
  4. ^ Egypt opposition urges voters to reject constitutional amendments, Al Jazeera, 18 April 2019, retrieved 18 April 2019
  5. ^ What Happened to Egypt's Liberals After the Coup?, The Nation, retrieved 10 December 2013
  6. ^ NSF says Egypt facing attempts by Muslim Brotherhood to overthrew state, Ahram Online, 19 August 2013, retrieved 23 December 2013
  7. ^ Constitution Party's Khaled Dawoud stabbed by 'pro-Morsi protesters', Ahram Online, 4 October 2013, retrieved 23 December 2013
  8. ^ "Egypt arrests prominent critics of Sisi with 1,400 detained since Friday protests". Middle East Eye. 25 September 2019. Archived from the original on 25 September 2019. Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  9. ^ "Egyptian journalist Khaled Dawoud freed from jail". Al Jazeera. 13 April 2021. Retrieved 14 April 2021.
Party political offices
Preceded by
Hala Shukrallah
Leader of the Constitution Party
Succeeded by
Sayyed Kassam
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