The Egyptian Great Purge: Sisi to dismiss political opponents from public service

Egypt’s parliament approved, before days, a bill allows the president to dismiss public servants with suspected links with the Muslim Brotherhood or other “terrorists”. The new legislation, known in media...

Sisi’s visit to Baghdad: What does Egypt want from the “new Levant” alliance?

The visit of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to Iraq, two days ago, reflected Cairo's interest in the "New Levant Project", which it is launching in cooperation with Baghdad and...

A cell for every citizen: 8 new prisons built in Egypt

The Egyptian Minister of Interior, Major General Mahmoud Tawfiq, has issued a decision to build eight new central prisons, bringing the number of prisons established since 2013 to about...

The impossible rapprochement between Cairo and Ankara

Recently, Turkey made a new step towards Egypt when it totally suspended the activities of opponent Egyptian media figures in Turkey. The new decision is not confined to TV...

Liquidation of EG-GATE reveals corruption of Tahya Masr Fund

In a small box, not larger than 20 cm2, in one the Egyptian newspapers, the legal liquidator Abany Partners notifies clients that EG-GATE is under liquidation. The liquidator demands...

4 years in prison for researcher Ahmed Samir: The Egyptian regime continues to punish...

Last Tuesday, the Emergency Supreme State Security Court sentenced researcher Ahmed Samir Santawi, a master's student at the Central European University, to four years in prison and a EGP 500...

Ramy Shaath: Two years in prison for ‘disturbing relations with Israel’

Ramy Shaath, the Egyptian-Palestinian activist and coordinator of the BDS movement in Egypt, is close to completing his second year in detention in Egyptian prisons without trial. His official charge...

Egyptian law to dismiss drug abusers from public services raises concerns over corrupt implementation

A few days ago, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi ratified Law No. 73 of 2021, regarding some conditions for holding or continuing jobs, which determines the penalty for dismissal from employment for...

Abbas Kamel: Sisi’s trusted man has limited efficiency

From Khartoum to Juba and from Tel Aviv to Gaza, General Abbas Kamel, Egyptian General Intelligence Directorate GID, moves tirelessly holding Egypt’s foreign policy in his tight grip. But, remembering...

GERD crisis: Arabs own cards on Ethiopia, but not for use

Arab League foreign ministers met, on Tuesday, in Doha in response to a joint Egyptian Sudanese call for discussing the conflict over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and its effect...