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Current issue | Issue 1126, 13 - 19 December 2012
Wednesday,19 June, 2019
Issue 1126, 13 - 19 December 2012

Ahram Weekly


There has been an at best ambiguous outcome to a recent visit by Egyptian presidential officials to the US, writes Ezzat Ibrahim in Washington

Egyptians abroad started voting on the new constitution yesterday. Doaa El-Bey reports

Ahmed Morsy asks if Mahalla, which once acted as a catalyst for the 2011 revolution, still has enough lava

As the political crisis grows more convoluted, the Armed Forces emerge as a key player, Amirah Ibrahim reports

Media figures and political commentators have criticised Islamist attempts to constrain the Egyptian media, writes Reem Leila

Bassem Youssef has become one of the opposition’s loudest voices courtesy of his sharp-witted satire. Rasha Sadek enjoys a condensed dose of political hilarity

The opposition will hold continuous mass protests and vote “no” to the constitution — if the referendum is held on schedule

President Mohamed Morsi may be able to survive the current political turmoil, but will his presidency still last the full four years, asks Dina Ezzat

Amira Howeidy on what the Armed Forces and the Brotherhood are telling us

The country’s judges are still split over whether to supervise Saturday’s referendum on the draft constitution, reports Reem Leila

The ruling Muslim Brotherhood has emerged considerably chastened by the recent clashes over Egypt’s draft constitution, writes Amany Maged

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