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Exam cancelled after question attacks NSF | Egypt Independent

Exam cancelled after question attacks NSF | Egypt Independent | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

The Ministry of Education has announced it will postpone an Arabic language exam in an Alexandria preparatory school after part of the exam allegedly included a part ordering students to describe the National Salvation Front as “thieves.”

 

Ministry spokesperson Mohamed al-Serougy said that the teacher giving the exam had been disciplined and banned from giving exams for five years. Serougy added that the ministry had instructed teachers not to ask political questions on exams or embroil students in political conflicts.

The Facebook page “I am sorry Mr. President,” dedicated to former President Hosni Mubarak, published a copy of the exam, which was given to second preparatory class students in the Abees School of Alexandria.

 

More on:http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/exam-cancelled-after-question-attacks-nsf

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NSF calls for new voter lists ahead of elections

NSF calls for new voter lists ahead of elections | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

The National Salvation Front said Wednesday that parliamentary elections cannot go ahead unless the government issues new voter electoral lists and offers concrete guarantees the polls will be free and fair.

The main opposition coalition made the announcement ahead of its first roundtable with Islamic parties, including the Nour Party, Strong Egypt Party, Egypt Party and Reform and Development Party on Saturday.In a statement after a meeting at the Free Egyptian Party headquaters, NSF members expressed their concern about possible manipulation of voters lists, a complaint that is being reviewed by the State Commissioners Authority.The NSF also welcomed the resignation of Justice Minister Ahmed Mekky.

 

More on: http://arabia.msn.com/news/middle-east/1721146/nsf-calls-for-new-voter-lists-ahead-e/

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Démenti de la Présidence

Démenti de la Présidence | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Le porte-parole de la Présidence a démenti les rumeurs selon lesquelles la Présidence aurait accepté les conditions du Front du Salut National (FSN) concernant le « dialogue national ». De même, il a affirmé n’avoir aucun rapport avec la réconciliation avec les symboles de l’ancien régime

 

 

نفى الدكتور ياسر علي، المتحدث الرسمي باسم رئاسة الجمهورية، ما تردد عن قبول الرئاسة لشروط جبهة الإنقاذ الوطني فيما يخص «الحوار

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Egypt's opposition threatens to call for early elections

The media in Egypt has reported that the country's main opposition coalition, the National Salvation Front, threatened Monday morning to call for early presidential elections if their demands remain unanswered.

 

Opposition sources who spoke with al-Arabiya said "front leaders will decide in today's meeting on their final stance regarding the dialogue (Egyptian President) Mohammed Morsi called for." They added that Morsi's speech disregarded the deteriorating situation on the ground throughout Egypt's districts.

 

 

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Salvation Front youths to protest against fascist regime Friday

Salvation Front youths to protest against fascist regime Friday | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Youths of the National Salvation Front will participate tomorrow in demonstrations touted as "Friday of Restoring Dignity" at the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in Cairo's Mokattam.

We will participate with the people in their peaceful protests tomorrow to confirm the continuance of our noble revolution and declare our rejection of a fascist, dictatorial regime that abuses religion to reach power, the front’s youths said.

"We did not wish to live during such hard times. Since Mursi and his group ruled the country, things have been going from bad to worse."

 

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Egypt shuts down

Egypt shuts down | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Energy crisis drives taxi and bus operators to cease work; police officers’ strike prompts debate about ‘private security committees’.

 

Egypt’s descent into anarchy due to its government’s inability to establish order and a continuing energy shortage lead all major Arab newspapers.


 

“Egyptian interior minister: Army cannot secure the country alone” reads the main headline of the Saudi-owned A-Sharq Al-Awsat, a paper known for its staunch hostility to the Muslim Brotherhood. In response to the violent protests against the Egyptian government that have taken place in cities along Suez Canal and north of Cairo, thousands of low-ranking police officers have gone on strike to express their disapproval of the Islamist politicization of the police force.

The result has been a complete breakdown in government control of major Egyptian population centers. Fearing a seizure of power by the Egyptian Armed Forces and fighting immense criticism for his handling of the police officers’ strike, Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim says “the army cannot secure the country alone.”

The London-based Al-Hayat reports that Ibrahim has expressed “willingness to resign on the spot if that will resolve the crisis.” However, he insists that all that must be done to restore order is to “keep rioters away from sensitive security areas and order will be restored within one month.”

In light of the security breakdown, the widespread vandalism of public property, and the thousands of people who have been wounded in the rioting, a group of Muslim Brotherhood legislators have proposed a law calling for the establishment of “popular security committees” by private Egyptian citizens to defend their neighborhoods and restore order, according to the London-based Al Quds Al-Arabi.

 

Justifying the creation of these “committees,” the legislators released a statement saying “the nation is exposed to vigorous attempts to abort the Egyptian revolution and sabotage Egypt from the inside.”

The National Salvation Front, the leading political opposition to the Muslim Brotherhood-led Egyptian government, categorically rejected the proposal, warning it would be the precursor to the forming of armed militias that would plunge the country into a real civil war.

 

However, Hassan Yassin, an adviser to Egypt’s attorney general, expressed support for the formation of security committees.

“It would give citizens the right to stop perpetrators of criminal offenses as long as they caught them in flagrant violation and handed them over to the nearest policeman,” he said.

 

More on:  http://www.timesofisrael.com/egypt-shuts-down/

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L'opposition de l’Égypte a rejeté l'appel du président pour le dialogue

L'opposition de l’Égypte a rejeté l'appel du président pour le dialogue | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

La coalition d'opposition la plus influente égyptienne, le Front de salut national a refusé d'accepter la proposition du président Mohammed Morsi d'entamer un dialogue, a déclaré lundi l'un des dirigeants du mouvement, Mohammed El-Baradei.

 

Il a décrit les conditions que l'opposition met en avant de commencer un tel dialogue: le président doit former un gouvernement de coalition d'unité nationale et de mettre en place une commission chargée de modifier la nouvelle constitution islamique.

 

Dimanche dernier, le président Morsi a appelé à toutes les forces politiques du pays, les exhortant à prendre part au dialogue pour « assurer la stabilité et la sécurité ».

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