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Current issue | Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)
Friday,20 October, 2017
Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)

Ahram Weekly

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Oct 4 2017 11:44AM

Western scholars have put forward various explanations for the longevity of the former Mubarak regime in Egypt, writes Tewfick Aclimandos

Feb 24 2016 1:47AM

Jan 15 2015 1:25AM

Civil society groups and political parties are taking steps to put former Mubarak regime figures on trial, reports Ahmed Morsy

Jan 7 2015 12:25PM

From abstraction to figuration, there is a story to tell. Nevine El-Aref attends Farouk Hosni’s first Cairo exhibition in four years

Aug 13 2014 7:34PM

The revolution of 25 January had nothing to do with the failures of the Mubarak regime. It was all the CIA’s doing, claims Mubarak’s interior minister. Gamal Essam El-Din reports

Feb 26 2014 4:28PM

The appointment of a Mubarak regime technocrat as prime minister raises few eyebrows in political circles, Gamal Essam El-Din reports

Jan 8 2014 4:32PM

Activists say they are being targeted by a campaign of defamation orchestrated by former members of the Mubarak regime and their media henchmen, writes Khaled Dawoud

Aug 28 2013 3:13PM

Efforts to recover assets misappropriated by members of the former Mubarak regime have largely evaporated, writes Waleed Nassar

Jun 25 2013 9:42PM

Egypt’s draft NGO law reproduces the tools the Mubarak regime developed to repress dissent and innovation in society, writes Mohamed Zaree

May 29 2013 1:55PM

Shared ideological foundations on the one hand, and the Brotherhood’s replication of the Mubarak regime on the other, explain the audacity of militant jihadists in Sinai, writesAhmed El-Tonsi

Feb 20 2013 4:00PM

The sometimes murky relationship between politics and business was one of the main criticisms of the Mubarak regime. Sherine Abdel-Razek looks at the role of businessmen in Brotherhood Egypt

Feb 12 2013 10:22PM

Reconciliation agreements with businessmen and former officials from the Mubarak regime have been a controversial issue, but the government is now taking concrete steps towards concluding the accords, reports Mona El-Fiqi

Feb 12 2013 10:19PM

Negotiation with Mubarak regime officials accused of financial misappropriation should be viewed as being  a piece of  the greater asset-recovery puzzle, write Eric Lewis and Waleed Nassar

Jan 2 2013 6:09PM

The conflict over Egypt’s new constitution has revealed that the political and popular contestation that led to the fall of the Mubarak regime two years ago is very far from disappearing, writes Galal Nassar

Dec 19 2012 3:37PM

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

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