|'The one you know'?
As the opposition screams boycott, the general public avoids the political fray. Gihan Shahine gauges the levels of anger and approval over article 76
Too much hype
It doesn't matter if the hype surrounding the referendum was a coordinated NDP effort. More important, writes Omayma Abdel-Latif, is how effective it was in persuading the electorate to vote
A new dynamic
Jailan Halawi wonders how effective the regime's usual "carrot and stick" manner of handling the Muslim Brotherhood will continue to be
Softening the stance?
While judges agreed to supervise this week's referendum, their battle over monitoring this fall's elections saw equal doses of flexibility and dissent. Mona El-Nahhas reports
Observing, not monitoring
Magda El-Ghitany talks to proponents and opponents of having international observers monitor this fall's presidential elections
Looking to Laura's laurels
Did the recent exchange of high-level visits between Egypt and the US bring the two nations closer? Not particularly, writes Dina Ezzat
Activists in a jam
With their access to media curtailed, and their plans to boycott the referendum derailed, human rights activists wonder what comes next. Mustafa El-Menshawy reports