A lack of resources and weak teaching staff result in research that is poorly conducted in Egyptian graduate programs.
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood has filed a complaint with the ICC to investigate alleged abuses committed by the current authorities.
Democracy International has released preliminary findings of the process, emphasizing it has “serious concerns”.
Sources say top officials in the government are evaluating the current situation before scheduling the presidential election.
61 members of the Freedom and Justice Party, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, have resigned from the party.
Party of interim Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi is planning an election alliance with the liberal Wafd Party.
Hazem Salah Abu-Ismail insulted judge and refused to recognise court during his trial for submitting forged papers to the election committee.
Writer Youssef Zeidan, with other Egyptian intellectuals, criticizes the institutionalized demonization of Jews and of Israel.
Mahmoud Abul Nasr said tenures of toppled presidents Mubarak and Morsy will be drafted in textbooks objectively with their advantages and disadvantages.
Mazhar Shaheen demands the withdrawal of the Egyptian nationality of Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, president of the World Federation of Muslim Scholars.