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Egypt Elections 2010
In the second part of his eyewitness account, the Ahram Online reporter on scene at the Israeli embassy storming on Friday, describes the overwhelming attack by Egyptian police, disappointments and triumphs of the day
Electoral malpractices committed in the name of the NDP detracted from the huge efforts made by the party in preparation for the election. These, however, did taint the overall picture of the poll
In the fourth installment of a series of articles, the organizational secretary of the NDP explains why the Wafd won a mere six seats in parliament
In the third of a series of articles, the Organizational Secretary of the NDP reveals some of the ruling party's electoral tactics to bring down the Brotherhood.
In the second of a series of articles, the organizational secretary of the NDP expounds his views on why the ruling party won so dramatically, and the others lost so miserably
The NDP has changed and so have the facts on the ground, says the NDP Organizational Secretary, in the first of a series of articles looking into Egypt's political future
The Muslim Brotherhood fires Magdy Ashour, the group's only member who made it to parliament despite a decision to pull out from the elections
Disgruntled former Brotherhood MP says his group which won only one seat in the 28 November elections seeks the dissolution of the new parliament, citing rigging claims
The 2010-2015 parliament will have a sweeping NDP majority  
The legally imposed limit on campaign spending of LE100,000 is proving little more than wishful thinking, what with the cost of billboards, TV adds and thugs for hire

President Hosni Mubarak hails the NDP for its sweeping majority in the parliamentary elections, as well as the performance of the Higher Council for Elections

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Opposition groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, are taking to the streets to protest the results of the parliamentary elections, seeking the dissolution of the new parliament

The Wafd Party has decided to have no parliamentary representation in the 2010-2015 People's Assembly and moves to freeze the membership of its winning MPs

The Muslim Brotherhood's representation in parliament has dwindled from 88 to one. It's likely to go down to zero


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