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Morsi spokesman Yasser Ali acquitted
Middle East Monitor

Egypt: Morsi spokesman acquitted

An Egyptian court has acquitted former Presidential Spokesman Yasser Ali of hiding former Prime Minister Hisham Qandil. The former spokesperson, who was appointed by ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi in 2012, was Wednesday not found culpable ..., 2 months ago
Mursi's Presidential Spokesman Acquitt..., 2 months ago

Baseera: 56% of Egyptians satisfied with Cabinet performance

A survey conducted by the Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research (Baseera) showed that 56 percent of Egyptians approve of Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb's Cabinet performance in February 2015, up by 3 percent compared to March 2014 where only 53 ...
 Egypt Independent2 days ago

Missed Opportunity: The Politics of Police Reform in Egypt and Tunisia

Police forces and security agencies genuinely accountable to democratically elected civilian authorities have not emerged in either Egypt or Tunisia four years after popular uprisings forced the countries longtime leaders from power. Ministries of ...
 Carnegie Endowment1 week ago
Daily Star Egypt

Energy deals set to charge up Egypt economy

Egypt signed a number of deals with energy companies during its weekend Egypt the Future conference in the Red Sea resort of Sharm El Sheikh. The agreements were part of attempts to address the country's worsening energy crisis, which has been a ...
 Abu Dhabi National2 weeks ago Egypt's coup regime tries to reconcile with the Muslim Brotherhood  Middle East Monitor2 months ago Can Al-Sisi boost the economy with national projects?  Daily Star Egypt2 months ago Egypt- Can Al-Sisi boost the economy with national projects?  MENAFN2 months ago

Egypt: Investigate Professor's Allegations of Torture

(New York) Egyptian judicial authorities should investigate allegations that police tortured an economics professor and his brother. Abdallah Shehata, a former Finance Ministry advisor, and his brother Asad have been held since they were detained ...
 Human Rights Watch1 month ago Investigate Professor's Allegations of Torture - Hold Police to Account for Abuse in Custody [press release]  Individual.com1 month ago

Morsi's former spokesman acquitted

Related An appeals court acquitted on Wednesday, former president Mohamed Morsi's spokesperson Yasser Ali, after previously being sentenced to six months in prison on charges including an attempt to assist former prime minister Hisham Qandil to flee ...
 Al Ahram2 months ago
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