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58 One of Egypt's top politicians, the former prime minister Ahmed Shafik, has pulled out of the country's upcoming presidential election saying it will be fixed in favour of the army chief. In a leaked recording broadcast by Al Jazeera on Thursday,
39 Ahmed Shafik, one of Egypt's most prominent politicians, has allegedly questioned military chief Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's political aspirations. A pro-Muslim Brotherhood channel leaked the recording, which it says is of the former prime minister.
Breaking News Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister, Ahmed Shafik, said in a television interview broadcast on Thursday that he would run for president if the army chief does not contest elections. "I believe now I will run for the presidency,"
After 60 years of military rule, Egyptians took to the streets on January 25 [i] to make their statement: The people want the fall of the regime. On the eve of February 11, 2011, Silvio Berlusconi asserted: Egyptian people made history as they
Former Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq says he will back army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi for president in an election expected next year, adding to speculation that the man who led the overthrow of President Mohammad Morsi could become
Giza Court Of Appeals Rejected The Lawsuit Filed By Lawyer Hisham Murad, Defense Ahmed Shafik, A Former Prime Minister, Respond Advisor Osama Al-Saidi, Magistrate Director Of The Minister Of Justice To Investigate The Irregularities Association
Egypt's official news agency says an election commission will look into complaints by presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq alleging irregularities and forgery in last year's vote, which he narrowly lost. The Presidential Election Commission made its
Interpol has refused an arrest warrant for a former Egyptian prime minister who narrowly lost last year's presidential election, an Egyptian official says...He was appointed on Jan. 31, 2011, and resigned one month later. He and his daughters are
Egypt's public prosecutor has filed new criminal charges against the last prime minister of ousted President Hosni Mubarak over alleged illegal real estate sales, judicial sources said yesterday. The charges against Ahmed Shafik, who was also the
Egypt will implement its delayed plans to ration subsidised fuel through a system of smart cards at the beginning of July, the country's minister of petroleum and mineral resources said on Monday. Egypt's government is in the process of reforming