Judge Adli Mansur is the interim president of Egypt

This Thursday, July 4, the presiding judge of the Constitutional Court, Adli Mansur, was sworn in as interim president of Egypt, taking office a few hours after the army to depose the Islamist Mohammed Morsi. Mansur was sworn in by the Constitutional Court, located on the banks...

Military overthrow Morsi and suspended constitution with coup

On Wednesday, Egyptian airport officials issued a travel ban on President Mohammed Morsi and the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood. Officials said the ban for Morsi is related to his escape from prison along with 30 members of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Arab Spring of 2011 that...

The shadow of a coup covers Egypt

Yesterday the presidential palace in Egypt was probed by military helicopter, while supporters and opponents of Egyptian leader, Mohammed Morsi, took their contempt to the streets of the nation. At night Morsi stressed that “the people elected me in free and fair...

Egypt Under Chaos Over Protests

Yesterday the main courthouses of appeals in Egypt suspended their work as a protest against the presidential decrees that gave almost absolute power to the Islamist leader Mohammed Morsi. This act aggravates the tensions that currently assail the country since last week. The...

Demonstrations in Tahrir Square Demand the Exit of Mohammed Morsi

Dozens of thousands of Egyptians protested yesterday after the announcement of that the Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, maintains a decree that gives him alternate powers, despite several days of protests and the opposition of justice. Thousands of attorneys also joined to...

Mohamed Morsi won the Presidency of Egypt

Mohammed Morsi is the first freely elected president in Egypt’s history and the first elected Islamist president in the Arab World. This was the Electoral Commission statement amid tremendous excitement generated by the delayed election announcement, expected for days....

The Arab Spring and its prognosis

It is a fact that the year of 2011 will be remembered as the year that ended the dictatorship of several Middle Eastern countries. The hostilities that led to the disposal of several governments started on January 25 when the people started a non-violent campaign with...

Calm Slowly Returns To Cairo After Brutal Demonstrations

This morning the calm returned to the downtown of Cairo after the clash between security forces and demonstrators during dawn. An unidentified spokesmen of the security services informed that the situation is now calm. According to this source a group of youngsters managed to...