22 Oct 2012
Topping the headlines in Monday’s papers are three main news items: President Mohamed Morsy’s naval adventures aboard a military frigate in commemoration of the 1967 sinking of the Israeli destroyer Eilat; throngs of protesters...
21 Oct 2012
Controversy over the first draft of the constitution and its authors, which have been under fire since the draft was issued on 10 October, continues to top headlines on Sunday, alongside mounting tensions between the Muslim...
18 Oct 2012
Thursday’s newspapers are dominated by discussion of Muslim Brotherhood domination and the initial draft of the new constitution, which faces multiple challenges from political forces and judicial institutions.
In privately-owned Al-...
17 Oct 2012
The battle over the draft constitution as well as the court case that will determine the fate of its authors, the Constituent Assembly, both top headlines Wednesday. An administrative court adjourned its consideration of lawsuits to...
16 Oct 2012
The headlines of Tuesday’s papers indicate that Egypt is trapped in a whirlwind of political confusion over the first post-revolution draft constitution.
While the 100-member Constituent Assembly is putting the final touches...
15 Oct 2012
President Mohamed Morsy and his Muslim Brotherhood have come under intense criticism from opposition forces, the judiciary, and today, the press. Monday’s papers are full of news pertaining to the alleged shortcomings of the...
14 Oct 2012
The news dominating Sunday’s papers revolves around Abdel Meguid Mahmoud, who walks out of a meeting with President Mohamed Morsy “victorious” as he retains his position as public prosecutor, despite the president’s...
10 Oct 2012
As the first 100 days of Morsy’s tenure wrap up, the papers, depending on their inclinations, compete to highlight either his accomplishments or his failure to deliver on his promises.
Following a road crash in Sinai on Monday that...
09 Oct 2012
Tuesday’s papers come with universal coverage of the tragic truck accident in the Sinai Peninsula early Monday. The cause of the crash, however, was handled differently depending on the newspaper reporting it.
State-owned daily Al-...
07 Oct 2012
Readers will find it difficult to judge the performance of President Mohamed Morsy, as Sunday's newspapers seem to report on almost two different people. While state-owned and some party-affiliated newspapers mark Morsy's "...