Tomorrow’s parliamentary elections are expected to be among the fiercest in Egypt’s modern history
Who eats lunch from where is a sensitive issue on elections day
At Qena voting stations, Copts and Muslims turn up
In Helwan district’s elections, accusations are traded of unfair advantage while the Muslim Brotherhood faces police obstruction.
The new Parliament is reserving 64 seats for the women's quota but will this new system prompt more women to vote?
Once notorious business tycoon Rami Lakah is back in town, vying for a parliamentary seat in Shubra, to the consternation of some
The ruling party has put a great deal of effort and resources into revamping its image, but internal squabbling threatens to make it all an exercise in futility
In rural areas--where everyone knows everyone else--elections can be fairer than in cities.
Mass arrests and dramatic scenes of police clashes have put the Muslim Brotherhood in the limelight of this year’s People’s Assembly elections. But has it been good for them?
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