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If Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi wins Egypt's presidential poll, he will likely face a legal dilemma as to where he should take his presidential oath of office

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Egypt's ruling military council has disbanded parliament, and issued a Constitutional Declaration that maximises its powers at the expense of the soon-to-be elected president, moves some analysts are labeling a 'coup'

Crowds outside Constitutional Court wait for Thursday's verdict on future of Parliament and Disenfranchisement Law banning former regime figures like Ahmed Shafiq from running in presidential race

The Egyptian public's desire for 'law and order' - personified by Mubarak-era PM Ahmed Shafiq - is likely to play a decisive role in Egypt's first post-Mubarak presidential contest

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Islamists mostly absent from demonstrations at Tahrir Square, with low numbers overall

Nasserist presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi holds a press conference packed with determined revolutionaries, says will appeal election results

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Taking 'one of us' as his presidential campaign slogan, Hamdeen Sabbahi went from an outlying candidate to one of the frontrunners; Ahram Online explores how

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Residents of Nazlet El-Samman, best known for tourism which was badly affected by the revolution, want a figure of the old regime for president

TV presenter Yosri Fouda to quit media work in Egypt, activists call on him to rethink his decision for the sake media freedom

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Brotherhood, Salafists call for 3rd consecutive Friday rally to 'protect revolution' as secular forces distance selves from event

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The Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafist Front announce joint protest against remnants of ousted regime on 13 April as revolutionary groups boycott event and call for separate demonstration the following Friday

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It remains unclear until now whether Salafist preacher Hazem Abu-Ismail or Brotherhood candidate Khairat El-Shater will be eligible to contest race for Egypt's presidency

A look back at the day when the SCAF's image as guardian of the revolution gave way to a more cynical view of Egypt's new military rulers

The general strike launched in industrial city of Mahalla on 6 April 2008 showed the latent power of the Egyptian labour movement and helped spark the 2011 revolution which brought down the Mubarak regime

Hamdeen Sabbahi will submit the 30,000 endorsements of his presidential bid to the presidential electoral commission on Friday

Presidential hopeful Hamdeen Sabbahi refutes claims, Monday, he will pose as deputy to confirmed candidate Abul-Fotouh, whilst announcing intention to assign three vice presidents - a Copt, woman and young adult - should he win

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Outspoken Islamic figure Wagdy Ghoneim, who lives in exile, released an online video calling all Copts 'infidels'

Despite less than half the higher committee members being present at vote meeting, Egypt's oldest opposition party back Sadat-era minister sparking speculation that decision will be reversed when presidential list is announced

Questions raised about recusal of original trial judges, secretive decision to lift travel ban and whether $330,000 per person bail was a 'bribe' to secure defendants' release

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