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Opinion
The Egyptian revolution will not succeed until it establishes a new system that eliminates the causes of the revolution, which persist until now
Using force to achieve political goals is a cornerstone of Muslim Brotherhood ideology, including the new Qutbists emerging now. But more is needed from the state than responding with force alone
Hosni Mubarak and his regime should face political trials before a revolutionary court for the legacy of corruption, waste of public money, and impoverishing future generations they left in their wake
Among top priorities of the youth in a new Egypt are the protest law, political participation, and effective development, as discussed in three gatherings held prior to a planned meeting with the president
Egypt must embrace its youth as long as their political and cultural activities are peaceful, for no matter how harsh their criticisms are of public policies, the future depends on them
Cutting the deficit in the general budget was an essential start that needs to be followed by serious steps for sharper reductions once Egypt's economy stabilises and growth improves

On the fourth anniversary of the January revolution, we are left with two options either to continue the present course or to work on building a genuine national consensus


Al-Ahram chairman Ahmed El-Sayed El-Naggar says the state and pro-revolution forces must come together to build a new Egypt


The Ministry of Investment released a draft investment law a few days ago in preparation for its adoption prior to the economic conference in March, sparking controversy in economic and legal circles


Oil markets have witnessed violent price movements since the last quarter of 2014 until now. These movements will have a significant impact, nationally, regionally and globally


Freedom of expression does not encompass oppressing, ridiculing or interferring with the beliefs of others


El-Sisi’s regime will only offer incomplete democracy so long as there is no political pressure challenging it to take risks and change its basics


President El-Sisi has called for unity between Muslims and Christians but Egypt’s Coptic minority is yet to witness security and stability


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