Egypt government continues to violate constitutional provisions on public spending

The Egyptian constitution obligates the government to allocate a percentage of government spending to health that is not less than three per cent of the gross national product, and...

The Egyptian regime bought advanced spyware from French companies

The French investigative website, Disclose, revealed that the regime of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi had purchased advanced spyware from French companies, with the aim of collecting information from communications networks...

Pupils suffer food poisoning from the army’s school meals

On 3 August, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi inaugurated the Silo Foods city for food industries, which was established by the National Service Authority of the Armed Forces.

Sisi regime continues to prosecute independent publishers on ‘terror’ charges

The Giza Criminal Court has ordered the renewal of the detention of the publisher Yahya Khalaf Allah, founder of Dar Yaqeen for Production and Distribution, for a period of 45...

Sisi’s regime has not changed, exceptional courts are still in action

Last Wednesday, the Emergency Supreme State Security Misdemeanor Court sentenced former lawyer and parliamentarian Ziyad El-Alimi to five years in prison, two journalists Hisham Fouad and Hussam Moanis with four...

Aswan floods shine light on dire infrastructure in Egypt

Aswan Governorate in southern Egypt was hit last week by a wave of bad weather that left roughly 503 infected with scorpion and snake bites. The pillars...

Egyptian airports have become a trap for critics and opponents

Over the past few years, the phenomenon of security authorities stopping people at Egypt’s airports, especially Cairo International Airport, has grown in popularity. Some are Egyptians travelling abroad or returning,...

Sisi’s regime attacks popular footballer for his politics

Media figures close to the regime of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, led by broadcaster Amr Adib, launched an attack campaign targeting the former Egyptian national team and Al-Ahly club...

Egypt is fighting climate change with rhetoric, not action

President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s speech at the United Nations Climate Change Summit (COP26) aroused much praise, especially from his media outlets, as it carried many good pledges, including increasing the...

A nation at risk as Egypt suffers from a shortage of tutors

It took the government seven years to be convinced that there is a severe shortage of teachers in public schools – amounting to 300,000 teachers – and...