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Issue No. 1036
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Clipping the presidential wings
The newly amended constitution will curtail presidential powers in order to guarantee the smooth rotation of power, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
Revolving doors
The Armed Forces have approved a cabinet reshuffle. It was the kind of thing that might have enthralled the public before 25 January, writes Shaden Shehab
Down but not out
Fears of a counterrevolution gained momentum this week. Amira Howeidy asks how serious the threat is
How the mighty have fallen
Investigations into the world of allegedly corrupt state officials are unprecedented, Mona El-Nahhas reports
Reassuring visits
Revolutionary goals
How can the youth movements that sparked the revolution consolidate their influence, asks Mohamed Abdel-Baky
Five cases of exorcism
Facing each others' shadows but not actually facing each other, seculars and Islamists were at daggers drawn, writes Youssef Rakha. Then came the revolution
Greater than the movies
Looking back over the recent weeks of demonstrations, events in Egypt outshone anything on the silver screen, finds Hani Mustafa
Squaring the circle
The Muslim Brotherhood is seeking to establish a party under the banner of Liberty and Justice. But what about equal rights, asks Dina Ezzat
Calls for delay
The head of the first political party to be recognised after the 25 January Revolution calls for parliamentary elections to be delayed for at least one year, reports Reem Leila
Testing the waters
The passage of two Iranian naval ships through the Suez Canal is being seen as Tehran's attempt to sound out the new post-Mubarak Egypt, writes Rasha Saad
Mahalla wins showdown
Workers at the Misr Spinning and Weaving Company, the vanguard of workers fighting for their rights, have ended their strike, reports Faiza Rady
The unrest continues
Two weeks after the resignation of the former president, strikes are continuing across the country despite warnings from the military, reports Nesmahar Sayed
When sorry isn't enough
Can the state-owned media really change itself, asks Doaa El-Bey
A new approach to Sinai
The government is promoting dialogue with Sinai's Bedouins over the future of the peninsula, reports Amirah Ibrahim
Ethics in the revolution
There is a right and wrong before and after 25 January, Nader Habib reports
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