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Advice for revolutionaries
Unsolicited advice is generally more a form of nostalgia than a practical position
 
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Judge overseeing polling station recounts troubling incidents in constitutional referendum
The head of a polling station described issues of deep concern with the conduct of the vote
Voting in the dark: Ramming the constitutional amendments through  
Rana Mamdouh | “What difference does it make what [voters] know or don’t know?” says one parliamentary source.
Exclusion, intimidation and suppression at Egypt’s 2018 student union elections
Mohamed Ashraf Abu Emaira | At almost all universities, students were barred from union elections to "protect public interest"
Waiting until you can’t
Hadeer El-Mahdawy | Sectarian violence sparked in Minya after the unofficial opening of an unlicensed church building
‘We will kill the men and children and leave you to live the rest of your lives in misery’
Nourhan Mostafa | Safwat Shehata, a man from Minya who lost six relatives in Friday’s attack, recounts the ordeal
One Mickey Mouse-eared Sisi won’t stop the show
Mohammad Salem | Protests in Berlin during Sisi’s visit are overshadowed by pragmatic Egypt-Germany relationship
 
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