In the words of a European diplomat: “This whole thing is boring. No one is going to be able to make Sisi vs Sabahhi sexy.” She’s right.
Sisi is set to give a live interview to two private television stations, in his first TV appearance since announcing his candidacy in March
Presidential candidate Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said he had to enter the race due to ‘threats facing Egypt’
Presidential candidate Abdel Fatah al-Sisi says in the past 50 years, ‘hardline religious rhetoric’ has stunted the tourism sector in Egypt
It's normal for sarcasm and slander to surge as election day nears
Egypt’s only two candidates, retired army chief Sisi and leftist Sabahi used Twitter as key tool to garner votes to win presidency
Egyptian presidential candidate Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi has yet to present his campaign platform for the elections
Egyptian presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi has resorted to all sorts of attacks and threats of withdrawal recently
Sources reportedly close to Sisi’s election campaigners say a debate could lead the frontrunner to lose votes
Hamdeen Sabbahi running for president against Sisi is the best thing going for the field marshal. Here's why.
The committee will announce the official list of candidates on May 2
Murtada Mansour, a controversial lawyer, rules out entering leadership race after a dream
Hamdeen Sabbahi gathered 31,100 endorsements from 17 provinces, according to his campaign team
The two sides agreed that an EU "election observation mission" will be deployed at the invitation of the Egyptian government
Many people believe that the result of Egypt’s presidential elections due in late May is predictable, but challenges lie ahead
Leftwinger Hamdeen Sabbahi is preparing his campaign for the upcoming presidential elections
Leftist Sabahi, who came third in last elections, says he has higher chances this time to win the upcoming presidential race
Despite strong backing from youth and revolutionary groups, Sabahi's former supporters from 2012 are choosing to back front-runner Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
Ex-presidential candidate Islamist Abul-Fotouh says he won’t run for president, accuses the interim govt of creating a ‘republic of fear’
The announcement by the socialist activist signals growing concern among some Egyptians over a return to military rule if Sisi wins
Egypt's constitution garners wide support for the sake of stability
The referundum on Egypt's new constitution will be held on the 14 and 15 of January 2014
Egypt's government must seek political compromise to win broad support for a crucial IMF loan and revive the country's ailing economy, senior ...
Egypt should refuse a $4.8 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund rather than submit to terms that would further impoverish the poor and ...
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