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‘External pressure’ on Parliament prevents removal of convicted MPs, blocks implementation of corruption verdicts
Sources state that external pressure is the cause of the many delays to revoke MPs memberships
The Mubaraks’ quick turn through the jailhouse turnstile
Asmahan Soliman and Rana Mamdouh | Alaa and Gamal’s brief stint in detention points to dissatisfaction with their political standing
The Mubarak sons’ insider trading case: The story of a LE2 billion deal
Hadeer El-Mahdawy and Rana Mamdouh | Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, along with other Mubarak-era tycoons, were detained for insider trading
Egyptians who aren’t in jail this week
Isabel Esterman | In the midst of a string of arrests of activists, media and cultural figures, it’s gotten a little
Can the Administrative Control Authority really fight corruption in Egypt?
Mohamed Hamama | The arrest of Egypt’s agriculture minister, just minutes after he resigned from the Cabinet, was featured
Opening the black box of Egypt’s slush funds
Nizar Manek and Jeremy Hodge | A version of this article was originally published May 26 on Africa Confidential and has been reprinted
Show me the money: The many trials of Mubarak’s men
Nadia Ahmed | Four years after the January  25 revolution identified financial corruption as one of
New investment law leaves the door wide open for corruption
Tom Rollins and Does Vandousselaere | “I just decided…I wanted to bring these oil companies down,” says Mamdouh Hamza, stabbing his
 
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Mubarak-era Interior Minister Habib al-Adly sentenced to 7 years in prison for corruption
Court orders detention of steel tycoon Ahmed Ezz for squandering public funds
Court suspends top Mubarak-era official’s 5-year prison sentence
Safwat al-Sherif, sons sentenced to 5-10 years in prison for illicit gains
Former agriculture minister sentenced to 10 years in jail on corruption charges
Court bans former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly from travel, freezes assets
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