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ElBaradei assesses Egypt’s post-revolutionary political polarisation

Mohamed ElBaradei, the former vice president for foreign affairs under former interim president Adly Mansour, discussed the transition period that followed the 25 January Revolution and the election of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in an interview with Al-Araby TV network published on Saturday.

Sisi is the president of panic and must go, says Egypt rival

A leading Egyptian opposition politician and former presidential candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh called on Egyptian president Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to step down condemning his policies and the conditions the country has reached.

The tragedy of Egypt’s stolen revolution

Six year after its democratic revolution in January 25, 2011, Egypt’s political realities are back to square one. Once again, a military officer has been installed in the presidential palace after an election that lacked any measure of democratic competition.

National Police Day: Commemorating Egypt’s fading ‘revolution’ six-years on

Six years on, Egypt lives through its darkest counter-revolutionary days as not only have 25th January demands not been met but living conditions are getting worse, and civil liberties are curtailed even more rigorously than in pre-revolutionary days.

Egypt’s opposition to announce ‘unified’ assembly against Sisi

Opposition politicians in Egypt have thrown down the gauntlet to the military-backed presidency of Abdel Fattah el-Sisi by announcing the preparation of a new “National Assembly” which could help the country transition from dictatorship to democracy.