|Procedure and polarisation
The newly-elected People's Assembly contains more opposition voices than ever, reports Gamal Essam El-Din, and they are determined to be heard
'From A to B'
Hossam Badrawi, member of the NDP Policies Committee and one of its key reformers, speaks to Shaden Shehab about the hard choices the party must now make
Party at the crossroads
A week after being kicked out of the Wafd Party by its chairman Noaman Gomaa, prominent politician and businessman Mounir Fakhry Abdel-Nour shares his future plans with Shaden Shehab
Paying the price?
Tagammu leader Rifaat El-Said explains his party's dismal parliamentary elections performance to Mohamed El-Sayed
'We take nobody's permission'
The Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide Mohamed Mahdi Akef tells Amira Howeidy the group will not change tactics, and does not trust the US
Building the house
As President Hosni Mubarak prepares to address the newly-elected People's Assembly on Saturday, Gamal Essam El-Din reviews 140 years of parliamentary history
Zero for Nasserists
Longtime Nasserist Party leader Diaaeddin Dawoud placed the blame for his electoral downfall everywhere but on himself, reports Mustafa El-Menshawy
Date with destiny
Prominent opposition politician Ayman Nour's high-profile court case is nearing its end, reports Mona El-Nahhas
Politics of sport
Seven out of 20 sports figures won seats in the new People's Assembly. Nashwa Abdel-Tawab sees why they sought a role in the decision-making process
Pilgrimage planning meant to avoid airport gridlock
Aviation authorities are promising a perfect pilgrimage season. But, asks Amirah Ibrahim, are the contingency plans in place to handle the problems that always plague Saudi Arabian and Egyptian airports during hajj enough?