Egyptian activist Bothaina Kamel could be her country’s first female president – she says she’s running to give voice to the many women who participated in Egypt’s revolution. Story originally published by GlobalPost on November 28, 2011.
Egypt election: Signs of fraud, vote-buying and corruption
Concerns of election fraud and security cast doubt on Egypt’s upcoming vote.
Mahmoud Salem: from “douchebag” to politician?
An irreverent activist blogger tries to take his popularity to parliament.
Gunfire, Violence on Egypt’s Election Day
Gunfire erupts on the streets of Shubra as Egyptians head to the polls in the second round of the parliamentary elections. Story originally published December 3, 2010 by Daily News Egypt.
Egypt Calls Election ‘Free and Fair’, Opposition to Boycott Second Round
This week, the ruling National Democratic Party scored a landslide victory in the first round of the People’s Assembly election, amid allegations of fraud, intimidation and violence. Daily News Egypt’s Jon Jensen and Mohamed Effat report from Minya on Election Day. Story published December 3, 2010 by Daily News Egypt.
Amid suppression, Egypt heads to the polls
As Egyptians head to the polls today, many are already questioning the election’s legitimacy after incidents of intimidation and other abuses by the government of Hosni Mubarak.
Despite US call for reform, little change in Egypt
Ahead of parliamentary elections, Egypt again cracks down on opposition groups.
Egypt’s reformers find little to unite them
Few opposition parties heed call of Egypt’s most visible reform leader to boycott election.
Mohamed ElBaradei Tours Old Cairo
Mohamed ElBaradei went on a walking tour of Coptic Cairo today. Supporters said ElBaradei’s visit was meant to bring awareness for his movement of change in Egypt. Originally produced for Daily News Egypt on May 30, 2010.