The smiling face of Field Marshall Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is becoming even more of a common sight around Cairo nowadays. Some of the pictures spell it out in English: “President” Much of Egypt is waiting expectantly for a presidential … Continued
“We are still asking for the same demands from January 25. For three years…we got nothing.” Malek Bayoumi, leader of the Egyptian Federation of Independent Trade Unions (EFITU), leans back in his chair. In the corridor outside, crinkled newspaper … Continued
As Tunisia’s political crisis continues with Ennahda, Tunisia’s Islamic government, gripping on to power, protests are continuing across the country in the run up to the third anniversary of the revolution on 14 January. One of the biggest in … Continued
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