Ahead of privatizing electricity: The Egyptian government hands over the electricity sector to “international...

The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity announced yesterday that it had cooperated with an international consulting firm to develop a strategy for what the ministry called the optimal...

The Full Story of Ayman Hadhoud

"Your brother has died. Come take his body." These harsh words ended a strenuous search journey that the family of economic researcher Ayman Hadhoud had undertaken since...

The Egyptian Regeni: The National Security tortured economist Ayman Hadhoud to death

Saturday, the news of Ayman Hadhoud's death trended on social media. As an economic expert, Hadhoud was well-known for his analytic writings, whether social media or press...

“No one is safe in Egypt”: Horrific sexual abuses of detainees and their families

Thursday, the Egyptian Front for Human Rights issued a report documenting 655 cases of sexual violence against detainees in Egyptian prisons and their families between 2015 and...

The Choice III: State-sponsored propaganda to demonize the Muslim Brotherhood

This month, Synergy for Media Production released the third season of The Choice drama series, produced in cooperation with the armed forces morale affairs apparatus. The first season of the...

Egyptian farmers refuse to supply their products to the government at current prices

The Egyptian Ministry of Supply issued a decision to reduce its bakeries’ share of flour by 10% during the current month of Ramadan, which reflects the government’s...

Al-Sisi woos Qatar in lousy need of her investments

The Egyptian-Qatari relations have witnessed a significant improvement recently, after years in which the concerns of the two countries ranged between estrangement and apathy. Senior Egyptian officials,...

“Pay to get your right”: Significant increase in litigation fees in Egypt breaches the...

While the Egyptian constitution stipulates, “Litigation is a safeguarded right guaranteed to all,” successive exaggerated increases in litigation fees made this right “to those who can pay...

Egypt needs to change its economic policy to end its crisis

These days, billions of dollars are pouring into Egypt in the form of loans, deposits and direct investments from allied countries and international institutions, in an attempt...

Breaching the International Law: Egypt continue deporting Eritrean refugees back

In mid-March, the Egyptian authorities deported 31 Eritrean asylum-seekers from Egypt to Asmara, in flagrant violation of international law that criminalizes the forcible return of refugees to...