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Tuesday,25 September, 2018
Issue 1410, (20 - 26 September 2018)

Ahram Weekly

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Jul 23 2013 9:01PM

The signing of a law governing elections to the Libyan Constituent Assembly gave some hint of progress made this week, though contentious issues remain, writes Kamel Abdallah

Apr 24 2013 3:19PM

Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki is facing a vote of no confidence in the country’s Constituent Assembly, writes Lassaad Ben Ahmad

Nov 28 2012 7:15PM

The final draft of the constitution will be handed over to the president after it was approved by an overwhelming majority of the Islamist-dominated Constituent Assembly which drew it up.Gamal Essam El-Din reports   

Nov 28 2012 4:11PM

Morsi’s controversial constitutional declaration is but a ploy to prevent the Supreme Constitutional Court from ruling on the Constituent Assembly 2 December, writes Nasser Amin

Nov 21 2012 5:38PM

The constitution drafting Constituent Assembly is on a roller coaster to nowhere, writes Gamal Essam El-Din

Nov 17 2012 12:31PM

Islamists want to use the constitution as a legal mandate to impose their rules on society. But this will only create conflict and will not serve the imperative of national development, writes
Nabil Abdel-Fattah

Nov 18 2012 3:04PM

The president has been meeting some of his political adversaries but without solid results, Dina Ezzat reports

Nov 14 2012 5:57PM

As the Constituent Assembly enters the home stretch the process of drafting a new constitution is as tortured as ever, writes Gamal Essam El-Din

Nov 14 2012 5:56PM

A third of the Constituent Assembly may still withdraw if Islamists refuse to compromise over controversial articles, reports Khaled Dawoud

Nov 14 2012 5:49PM

Salafis vow to escalate action until the Constituent Assembly bows to their demands, writes Amani Maged

Nov 14 2012 4:59PM

The blatant way in which Brotherhood members of the Constituent Assembly overturned the consensus in the draft constitution is proof that they have only ever been interested in power, writes Emad Gad

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