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New judicial heads first in series of appointments under new law granting Sisi power to select judicial leadership
The heads of all civil judicial bodies are set to leave their posts in October
Parliament approves laws allowing Sisi to select judicial heads, stalemate continues over Council of Judicial Bodies
Rana Mamdouh | On June 6, Parliament approved two laws that regulate how the heads of Egypt’s top judicial bodies
Carrots and sticks: How students were made into poster children for the constitutional amendments referendum
Mohamed Ashraf Abu Emaira | How youth were mobilized as a visible force supporting the referendum on constitutional amendments
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
Province of Sinai expands into South Sinai, govt renews state of emergency, promises to reward city with biggest turnout in referendum
Province of Sinai will expand its militant operations into the more heavily fortified South Sinai
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.
Ballot-box politics: What has pushed Egypt’s opposition to vote ‘no’?
Hadeer El-Mahdawy | Unlike in previous votes, more opposition members are calling for a 'no' vote than for a boycott.
How Al-Azhar’s grand imam survived the constitutional amendments
Asmahan Soliman | A proposed constitutional article would have featured a less independent Al-Azhar
National dialogue on constitutional amendments includes no opposition voices
Randa Mostafa | Figures selected to take part in the national dialogue appear to have been hand-picked
 
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Opinion
Alaa Abd El Fattah
Do we really have a Constitution?
A couple of weeks ago, I found myself stuck in a horrendous traffic jam on Qasr al-Aini street for over
 
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National referendum on constitutional amendments to begin 3 days after parliamentary approval
Egypt blocks over 34,000 websites in attempt to ‘shut down’ constitutional amendments opposition campaign
Editor in chief: Al-Mashhad handed 1st penalties under new bylaws for report on police racketeering for amendment referendum
Politician: Forced disappearance of 4 Dostour Party members tied to opposition to constitutional amendments
Parliament’s General Committee approves request to amend Constitution
8 Egyptian rights groups reject plan to amend Constitution so Sisi can serve a third term
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