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Current issue | Issue 1136, 21 - 27 February 2013
Monday,11 December, 2017
Issue 1136, 21 - 27 February 2013

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

The practice of steamrolling controversial legislation through the Shura Council returns to haunt President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, Gamal Essam El-Din reports

New legislation provokes bitter argument in the Shura Council, Gamal Essam El-Din reports

Another call for national dialogue, but who’s listening, asks Omayma Abdel-Latif

A new report has predicted an all but even split of the 2013 parliamentary seats between the regime and opposition, writes Dina Ezzat, who spoke to the report’s author Mohamed Agati

Port Said’s residents have declared a campaign of disobedience. Ahmed Morsy visits the beleaguered city

President Mohamed Morsi is expected to announce a new team of advisers, reports Reem Leila

Police and conscripts have ended their strike after most of their demands were met, Ahmed Morsy reports

The struggle between the Cairo Judges Club and the prosecutor-general has been escalating, reports Reem Leila

The appointment of one of the president’s sons at a state-owned company cast a spotlight on the way nepotism continues to dominate the Egyptian job market, Amirah Ibrahim reports

Vandalising the memorial statues of the dean of Arabic literature Taha Hussein and the Star of the Orient Umm Kolthoum is a violation of the memory of two of Egypt’s foremost

What is the truth behind a document allegedly containing a list of 100 public figures to be assassinated? Mohamed Abdel-Baky investigates

A letter to President Mohamed Morsi from Iranian academics has led to uproar in Egypt, writes Ahmed Eleiba

A court ruling allows the Press Syndicate elections to proceed amid expectations of heated competition over the top post, reports Khaled Dawoud

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