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Expanding the powers and mandate of Egypt’s president
Rana Mamdouh | "There is a governing article in the Constitution that prevents changing the presidential term"
From constitution to law: The legalities of making art in Egypt
Lara El Gibaly | Who gets to decide what counts as art?
Laws parliament may not review, including the protest law
Mai Shams El-Din | All eyes are now on parliament’s new committees and the laws they are in the process of reviewing,
What will the new parliament do with Sisi’s laws?
Mohamed Hamama | With Egypt’s long-awaited parliament due to convene early next year, the fate of the laws issued by
Sisi and parliament: Friends or foes?
Mohamed Hamama | Campaigning started this week for the parliamentary elections. With voting in the first round slated
Why is Sisi afraid of the Constitution and parliament?
Beesan Kassab | As parliamentary elections draw near, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi described the Constitution, two
New law further shields government from accountability
Heba Afify | President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi passed a law giving him the power to remove immunized heads of supervisory
A year of legal setbacks
Jano Charbel | Since July 3, 2013, Egypt’s human rights record has been widely criticized both domestically and internationally.
2013 draft constitution
PART ONE: THE STATE Article 1
 The Arab Republic of Egypt is a sovereign state, united and indivisible,
 
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Ahmed Ezzat
Law to hush up NGOs
Along the lines of the protest law, which the government enforced to restrain the public sphere and hinder
 
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Lawyers appeal detained novelist Ahmed Naji’s prison sentence
Constitutional Court opens door for dual national parliamentary candidates
Minister: State saboteurs don’t deserve Egyptian nationality
President Mansour makes final address before handing over to Sisi
Carter Center proposes civilian oversight of military
Update: Mansour decrees presidential elections should commence within 30-90 days
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