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People's will' Mr Shafiq, Mubarak's last prime minister, has campaigned on a platform of a return to stability and law-and-order which, correspondents say, many find attractive after months of political turmoil. But to his critics, the former air
Faced with a choice between Hosni Mubarak's ex-prime minister and an Islamist candidate, Egyptians voted Saturday in a presidential runoff the outcome of which will mean the difference between installing a remnant of the old regime and bringing Islam
Run-off election between Shafiq and Morsi: Will it give Egypt a ‘new emperor’? By &
Egyptians began voting on Saturday as over 13,000 polling stations opened in the 27 Egyptian provinces to make it possible for the 50 million
The former Air Force commander and civil aviation minister was Mubarak's last prime minister and was dumped in the face of protests after the president's ouster. Shafiq, 70, scores points by presenting himself as a strongman who will stabilize the
Egyptians were voting Saturday in the country's landmark presidential runoff, choosing between Hosni Mubarak's ex-prime minister and an Islamist candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood after a race that has deeply polarized the nation.
Egyptian Christians who were scared over the eventual takeover of the Parliament by the Muslim Brotherhood welcomed the recent decision by the Supreme Court to dissolve the Islamist-controlled parliament due to election irregularities.
Adam Ferguson for The New York Times A defaced photo of the presidential candidate Ahmed Shafik. More Photos » The authorities set up checkpoints overnight and contingents of riot police were moving around the city to prepare for any disturbances...
Egypt’s presidential candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammed Morsi, said on Thursday that he respects the Supreme Constitutional Court’s ruling against the Political Isolation Law. "I respect the decision of
Egyptian Supreme Constitutional ruling on Thursday nullified the election of one third of the Islamist-Majority Parliament but Judge Farouk Sultan, head of Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court who also heads the