TOPIC Sisi presidential campaign 2014
The turnout question
Mai Shams El-Din | Before the turnout of 47.4 percent was officially announced by the Presidential Election Commission last
The old regime rallies around Sisi
Jahd Khalil | Waiting for a chartered jet at Cairo Airport earlier this month, brothers Mostafa and Mahmoud Bakry schmoozed
Sisi posters and the politics of patronage
Jano Charbel | Electoral campaign posters for former Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi are abundant in every Egyptian
Sisi and his women
Dalia Rabie | A group of young men in white t-shirts lock hands to form a cordon, keeping dozens of cheering and ululating
Songs for voting to
Jenifer Evans and Andeel | Exploring the murky world of Egypt's propagandist pop music.
Infighting among Sisi’s loyal media supporters
Dalia Rabie | A woman is heckled as she argues that the media should be a platform for the youth to express themselves
From the campaigns: End of the line
Sarah Carr | Shubra al-Kheima is at the end of the line. From the lofty vista of its metro station, it is as if a
Sisi: A campaign or not?
Mai Shams El-Din | The barbed wire blocking the road is the only indication of the whereabouts of presidential hopeful Abdel
On Labor Day, Egypt’s trade unions divided over presidential campaigns
Jano Charbel | The upcoming presidential elections are further polarizing the ranks of Egypt’s already divided trade
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