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Current issue | Issue 1125, 6 - 12 December 2012
Friday,19 October, 2018
Issue 1125, 6 - 12 December 2012

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

Will the constitutional referendum end the political impasse? Omayma Abdel-Latif explores possible scenarios

Following the siege of the Supreme Constitutional Court by Islamist protesters, the court’s judges have suspended their work, writes Mona El-Nahhas

Judges are divided over supervising the 15 December referendum on Egypt’s controversial constitution, reports Reem Leila

Unprecedented massive protests across Egypt encouraged opposition leaders to give President Morsi a 48-hour ultimatum to withdraw his call for a referendum on a new constitution,

The rule of President Mohamed Morsi had initially prompted hopes of Egypt’s following the Turkish example, but is the country now heading towards the example of Iran, asks Dina Ezzat

This week’s mass demonstration of Islamists under the banner “Sharia and Legitimacy” was a calculated show of strength, reports Ahmed Morsy

Media outlets cease publication in opposition to the draft, Mohamed Abdel-Baky reports

Egypt’s Armed Forces has voiced concerns about articles in the draft constitution that affect its status, writes Amirah Ibrahim

Amid the current political divisions, the Lawyers Syndicate was not far from internal splits of its own, reports Ahmed Morsy

The new labour law will once again see Egypt on the International Labour Organisation’s black list, writes Faiza Rady

Shortly after his appointment as secretary to the Holy Synod, Bishop Raphael talks to Michael Adel about the Coptic Church’s stance towards the draft constitution and other issues

Egypt’s new draft constitution and recent constitutional declaration have led to strong international reactions, writes Doaa El-Bey

Presidential adviser Mohamed Esmat Seif Al-Dawla attempts to define the current political scene to Ahmed Eleiba

Mosques are a place of unity not divisions, writes Gamal Qotb

Egypt marks International Anti-Corruption Day next week with not much improvement on past woeful performances, reports Niveen Wahish

Gamal Essam El-Din documents how Egypt’s new constitution was passed and reviews the most controversial articles included in the draft constitution which will be put to a

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