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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.
On hunger strikes: A brief background
A growing number of Egyptian prisoners have joined a widespread wave of hunger strikes, including well-known
‘Between hope and despair there is Mahienour’
Nadine Marroushi | On the front door of Mahienour al-Massry’s family home in Alexandria, a single yellow sticker hangs.
 
Opinion
Sharif Abdel Kouddous
Insist on justice for Alaa and Mahienour
Alaa and Mahienour are awaiting court verdicts in separate cases on December 30
Moataz El Fegiery
Escalating reprisals against human rights defenders
Prominent young activists are in jail, stigmatization of human rights defenders has increased and further
Timothy E. Kaldas
The Protest Law: Fear, not order
The protest law passed by Hazem al-Beblawi’s government last year has proven to be as draconian and
 
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News
Alexandria court acquits 3 activists in Tiran and Sanafir protest case
3 arrested outside Alexandria courthouse after Mahienour al-Massry, Moatasem Medhat verdict acquitted
Trial of detainees arrested outside Alexandria courthouse adjourned to January 9
Authorities interrogate Alexandrian rights lawyer Mohamed Ramadan
Update: Deutsche Welle ends relationship with freelancer over comments against Egyptian activist
Mahienour al-Massry and Youssef Shaaban released from prison after serving 15-month sentences
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