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by: Maria Golia, The Daily Star 2005-12-3

Egypt’s parliamentary elections have made manifest a truth long in the offing: the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) has a formidable rival in the Muslim Brotherhood. Although the final round of elections is scheduled for the first week of December, the Brotherhood already has enough seats to nominate a presidential candidate in 2011. Observing the surprise with which some NDP members met ..


by: Maria Golia, The Daily Star 2006-1-21

The latest tragedy to darken Cairo’s horizons took place on a street named for the League of Arab Nations. Recently, when Egyptian police forcibly removed Sudanese refugees from a makeshift camp they had set up in the Mohandeseen district of Cairo, anywhere from 27 to 265 of the refugees died by beating, asphyxiation or trampling.

There was irony in the street’s name, because the event..


by: Maria Golia, The Daily Star 2007-3-30
 

Egypt’s ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) should be congratulated for its handling of the March 26 referendum. Well-scripted, timed, and executed, it also fulfilled the public’s expectations. Everyone knew the vote would favor the institution of 34 constitutional amendments drafted by the state. They knew it so well that only an..