Brig. Gen. Mohamed Samir, a former spokesman for the Egyptian armed forces, assumed the position of director general at Al-Aseema Television Network Jan. 15, which sparked much controversy in the Egyptian street, raising questions as to the future of Egyptian media. Does this step mean that the executive branch will …
Egypt’s state prosecutor has referred on Wednesday 304 members of Hasam movement to military prosecutors, reported state-run MENA news agency.
An Egyptian military court today sentenced the Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie and leading figure Mohamed El-Beltagy to ten years in prison each and issued varying prison terms to 311 other defendants on charges relating to the storming of an Ismailia court complex in 2013, legal sources revealed.
An Egyptian military court yesterday sentenced 70 opponents to prison for their alleged involvement in “violence and riots” which took place in the Minya province, following the Rabaa Al-Adawiya and Al-Nahda massacres in August 2013.
Egypt’s Minister of Supply and Internal Trade Mohammad Ali Meselhy has appointed the Armed Forces Major General Sherif Adel Bassili as the new chairman of the Egyptian Holding Company for Silos and Storage as an initial step to forming a new board for the company, ministry sources revealed.
Following the downfall of President Hosni Mubarak in January 2011, and more markedly after the July 2013 ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s military assumed a new role in national politics.
In a post on Facebook, former interim Vice President of Egypt, Dr Mohammed El-Baradei, speaks of the threats he received when he tried to break up the Rabaa sit-ins peacefully in 2013. Below if the text from his post:
The Egyptian army has prepared eight million “ration” packages of basic food items to be distributed at half price across the country amid a growing cash crisis.
A delegation from the Tadamon coalition submitted a memorandum to the parliament on Tuesday to demand the immediate release of 26 workers from the Alexandria Shipyard Company and the Public Transportation Authority (PTA).
This book focuses on Civil-Military Relations (CMR) in Egypt, a country that witnessed uprisings calling for democratic change in January 2011, which led to the ousting of Hosni Mubarak from the Presidency, the suspension of the constitution, and the dissolution of the parliament as well as the ruling of the …