Why has our president not appointed ministers capable of riding the same rocket as he? The sad truth is that he is on board a fantasy rocket
Sisi has pledged to put security and restoring the country's battered economy at the top of his agenda
Keeping the cabinet largely intact could allow Sisi to implement quickly the types of reform urged by the United Arab Emirates
In gestures to win over the public's confidence, Ebrahim Mehleb is taking steps to humble the government
Leftist Sabahi, who came third in last elections, says he has higher chances this time to win the upcoming presidential race
The interior minister, oil minister and planning minister were also reappointed in the new cabinet
Housing minister Ibrahim Mahlab, a former Mubarak-era official, will be forming the government
It came as a surprise and has set off endless speculation – the most common that this sets the stage for Field Marshal Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi,
The provision intends to reassure investors, and must be approved by Egypt’s president before becoming a law
The government reportedly resigned after a decision was made in a 15-minute cabinet meeting
“Come on. We’ve got to go. It’s time. Enough is enough. Mubarak has to hear our voice.” “But we can’t – ...
While the Obama administration can find plenty of legal and national security justifications to suspend part of its military aid to Egypt, the move ...
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