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Current issue | Issue 1127, 20 - 26 December 2012
Friday,26 April, 2019
Issue 1127, 20 - 26 December 2012

Ahram Weekly


President Mohamed Morsi inherited an administration and state institutions riddled with corruption. During his presidential election campaign he vowed to reform them. How are those

Jailan Halawi on a year in which the security forces sent out a host of mixed signals

As Egypt’s first freely-elected president after last year’s 25 January Revolution, how is Mohamed Morsi faring, asks Dina Ezzat

The Muslim Brotherhood was uniquely well-positioned following the end of the Mubarak regime, but now it must make good on its promises, writes Mohamed Moustafa Orfy

Washington is in a growing quandary over how to deal with the new regimes of the Arab Spring, writes Ezzat Ibrahim

Ahmed Morsy tries to understand why, in the wake of the revolution, people have become more violent

Egypt is becoming more and more divided along religious lines, threatening religious freedoms, writes Sameh Fawzi

The young men and women who kick-started the uprising that led to Mubarak’s removal have been all but silenced. Mohamed Abdel-Baky lists some of the reasons why

Amid political polarisation the street has been resuscitated. Where will the new dynamic lead, asks Ibrahim Farouk

Two years ago Tunisian fruit vendor Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire and the flames of his self-immolation fanned across the region --Read More--

Compiled by Mona El-Nahhas

Ahmed Eleiba plots the tortured course of SCAF’s relationship with Egypt’s first non-military president

Gamal Essam El-Din investigates the Machiavellian turns of the path leading to Egypt’s first post-25 January Revolution constitution

The referendum on the constitution carries more than an echo of Mubarak-era polls, writes Gamal Essam El-Din

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