CAIRO: Secretary of the Nour Party Mohamed Hegazy submitted a proposal to solve the butane cylinders’ problem to Port Said Governor Samah Kandil on Monday.
Supporters of Egyptian army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi have announced they will demonstrate in Tahrir Square on 19 November – the second anniversary of the Mohamed Mahmoud Street clashes that left dozens of anti-military council protesters dead.
Deposed President Mohamed Morsy has hired Selim al-Awa to represent him in court, according to security sources at Alexandria's Borg al-Arab prison.
A delegation has urged former president Mohamed Morsi to appoint a defence lawyer – something he has so far refused to do.
As the drafting committee entrusted with creating Egypt's new constitution, which is to be put to a national referendum next month, races against time to conclude its final product, concern runs high in most rights quarters about what the expected bill would bear for civil, political and other liberties.
Egypt has re-opened the Rabaa Al-Adawiya area for traffic for the first time since a major protest camp there in support of toppled Islamist president Mohamed Morsi was violently dispersed in mid-August.
A Cairo court extended on Sunday the detention period of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi for 30 days, judicial sources said.
Gunmen killed two Egyptian soldiers on Sunday in an attack on a military facility near the Suez Canal city of Ismailia, a security official said.
Egypt's 50-Member Committee is in the final weeks of drafting the country's new constitution, with as much as 50 percent of the document already drafted and approved in a first reading, according to committee media spokesperson Mohamed Salmawy.
The Anti-Coup Alliance called for a “thunderous million-man march” on Tuesday in support of students’ freedom.
Cairo Appeals Court has set 10 December as the beginning of the trial of former Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Mahdy Akef for charges of “insulting the judicial authorities.”
CAIRO: The Head of the Maspiro Youth Foundation for Development and Human Rights Ramy Kamel called for positive discrimination for Copts, women and youth in the new constitution, in a Sunday conference.
Cairo Appeals Court have set 9 December as the date to try Muslim Brotherhood leaders Mohamed Badie and Essam al-Erian on charges of inciting violence in Giza this summer.
"Students against the Coup," a pro-Morsi group, will on Sunday stage protests against police deployments near university campuses and "attacks on freedom of expression."
Students in the universities of Port Said and Tanta protested on Sunday against the return of security forces to university campuses.
Bishop Paul, representative of the Orthodox Church in the 50-member Constituent Assembly, has rejected articles dealing with Egypt's national identity - as mentioned in the first section of the constitution.
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt: The Borg al-Arab prison administration is preparing a visit permit for several of ousted president Mohamed Morsi’s lawyers on Thursday. This would be their first visit to finish procedures of becoming Morsi’s attorneys.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has said its Islamic principles will ensure it survives despite a "politicised" decision to ban the decades-old group.
CAIRO: Minister of Supply and Internal Trade Mohamed Abu Shady said there was a shortage in the supply of gas cylinders last Friday.
CAIRO: Statements made by Vice President of the Salafi Da’wah Yasser Borhami regarding non-stop efforts by Salafis to fight the spread of the Shia ideology in Egypt caused a war of words between him and Shia leader Ahmed Rassem al-Nafis, who in turn said that terrorism based on the Wahabi ideology, which is what Salafism is based on, represents a threat to society.
Cairo prosecution has slammed Muslim Brotherhood leader Essam El-Erian with 15 more days in prison as investigations continue on charges of incitement and attempted murder, holding citizens against their will and torturing them during the six-week long pro-Morsi sit-in at Rabaa Al-Adawiya Square in Cairo's Nasr City district.
A small group of activists stage a one hour protest outside the Shura Council on Saturday 9 November to call for a no to military trials for civilians