Tagged with Free Egyptians Party

Ideological Distinction in the Coming Parliament

Ideological Distinction in the Coming Parliament

From my latest article in Egypt Source: Many have argued that Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s likely election as Egypt’s next president is an indication of a return to Hosni Mubarak-era policies. However apt the comparison may or may not be, the analysis overlooks one key advantage Sisi lacks. There is no longer a National Democratic Party … Continue reading

An Unnecessary Constitution

An Unnecessary Constitution

From my recent article on Arab West Report: The new Egyptian constitution was unnecessary from the start, says Ragy Sulayman of the Free Egyptians Party (FEP). The 1971 constitution, with added amendments, would have served just fine. Sulayman is the founding lawyer who brought the liberal FEP into existence following the January 25 revolution. A … Continue reading