September 21, 2017

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  • مقارنة رقمية : إنتخابات ٢٠١٢-٢٠١٤

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      إضغط علي الصورة لمشاهدة المقارنة بشكل تفاعلي   تحليل رانيا المالكي نتائج الانتخابات الرئاسية في مصر كانت بمثابة ختم رسمي لما هو واقع ملموس على الأرض على مدى الـ11 شهرا الماضية. وزير دفاع مصر السابق عبد الفتاح السيسي قائد الانقلاب الذي أطاح بأول رئيس مدني منتخب ديمقراطيا محمد مرسي في يوليو الماضي، فاز فوزا ساحقا ب٩٦.٩٪ من الاصوات في ردة واضحة الي عهد مبارك المخلوع. تم الإعلان عن النتائج من قبل اللجنة العليا للإنتخابات وسط إبتهاج محموم من الحضور الذين بدوا و كأنهم مندهشون من نتائج عملية كانت نتيجتها امر مفروغ منه. و لم تتوقف المعجزات عند هذا الحد…

    Op-ed: Egyptian Democracy’s Last Chance?

    File photo of President Mohamed Morsi giving a speech in Tahrir Square after winning the elections in June 2012..

    BY ALVARO DE VASCONCELOS Cairo Egypt’s upcoming general election could help to consolidate its nascent democracy and provide legitimacy to the government’s efforts to address the social, political, economic, and security challenges facing the country. But no election, however successfully conducted, will be enough: Unless Egypt overcomes its current political polarization and builds a broad consensus that includes ruling Islamists and the secular opposition, its problems will persist, jeopardizing the prospect of a democratic future. Egypt’s lack of strong democratic institutions and its ongoing economic crisis are fueling social unrest and crisis, division, and hostility within the political system. At…

    Runoff results: A reading

    A mother carries her child as she votes in Gamal Abdel Nasser School polling station in Cairo.

    BY AMIRA SALAH-AHMED Cairo: It’s a close race. Preliminary results show Mohamed Morsi, head of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party, winning by 4 percent. Well, at least according to his campaign, which has so far held two press conferences announcing almost identical results, the first complete with a mini victory speech at 4 am on Monday. Morsi reportedly won 52 percent of the vote, while 48 percent went to his contender Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister under ousted president Hosni Mubarak and his longtime civil aviation minister. Their preliminary results show that Morsi won a total 13,238,298…

    Visibly lower turnout in runoff

    Polling stations saw a visibly lower turnout on day one of the runoff.

    BY AMIRA SALAH-AHMED Cairo: The early part of day one of the runoff in Egypt’s first post-Hosni Mubarak presidential election saw a palpably lower turnout compared to the first round. As the sun beat down on protesters, the Presidential Election Committee extended voting by one hour and said polling stations will close at 9 pm. The expectation is that more voters will be encouraged to queue up after sunset. The runoff pits Mubarak’s last prime minister Ahmed Shafik against the candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party Mohamed Morsi, creating a sense of despondence amongst voters, many of…

    Sharqiya turns against MB

    Despite voting Brotherhood in the PA elections, Sharqiya, the birthplace of the two rivaling candidates, chose Shafik in the first round.

    BY SAFAA ABDOUN Sharqiya: For the residents of Sharqiya, the presidential election is a vendetta against the Muslim Brotherhood (MB). In the first round, ex-air force commander Ahmed Shafik won the Delta province with 627,808 votes, 90,000 more than Mohamed Morsi’s 536,634 votes. Sharqiya was supposed to be an easy win for the MB’s Morsi, who served as the province’s MP in 2000-2005. While Shafik’s sweeping win stunned observers, residents of the area were unsurprised. The Freedom and Justice Party, the Brotherhood’s political arm led by Morsi, had won 18 of 30 seats in Sharqiya during the parliamentary elections just…

    Democracy’s growing pains

    Egyptians have returned to Tahrir in protest at SCAF's addendum to the interim constitution which gives it broad powers.

    BY SAFAA ABDOUN Cairo: No sooner were the preliminary results of Egypt’s first post-Mubarak election announced, anger, attacks and accusations rippled through the streets of Egypt. Much to voters’ dismay, the results pit the Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsi against  Mubarak’s last prime minister Ahmed Shafik in a controversial face-off leading Egyptians back to Tahrir Square. The reaction puts Egyptians’ readiness for democracy into question and anticipates future conflict after the runoff results within a few days. On May 23 around 23.6 million eligible voters cast their votes in Egypt’s first election following the January 25 uprising, approximately 46 percent of…

    Hamdeen Sabahi’s surprise rise

    Hamdeen Sabahi voting in round one of the election. (Photo by Hassan Ibrahim)

    BY MAI SHAMS EL-DIN Cairo: The time of miracles has gone, but the results of the first round in Egypt’s presidential election suggested it might not be over yet. A possible miracle was in the making and its name was Hamdeen Sabahi. As the results were slowly revealed over the course of one long night, observers and voters were expecting to see what corresponded to the opinion poll that consistently portrayed former Arab League chief Amr Moussa and former Muslim Brotherhood member Abdel Moniem Abol Fotoh as frontrunners. The upset that relegated the pair to fourth and fifth place and…

    Polling stations not accessible to all

    Polling station

    BY DALIA RABIE Cairo: The low turnout at the presidential election has been attributed to many factors, from the lack of faith in the electoral process to the scorching heat. But another factor that is often overlooked is the inaccessibility of polling stations to people with disabilities. Concerned parties hold the Presidential Election Committee (PEC) responsible for the failure to make polling stations accessible to people with disabilities, thus excluding a significant number of voters. There are no concrete statistics regarding the number of people with special needs in Egypt. According to some polls, they constitute around 10-12 percent of…

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