A dozen wounded in the explosion targeting tourists in Egypt

A dozen wounded in the explosion targeting tourists in Egypt

At least 17 people, including South Africans and Egyptians, were wounded on Sunday in a tourist bus blast near Egypt ‘s famous Egyptian pyramids in Giza, security sources said. and medical. An explosive device detonated at the crossing of the tourist coach, which was circulating in Giza, near the site of the new museum of […]

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Egypt: President Sissi 's new Constitution accepted by 88% of voters

Egypt: President Sissi ‘s new Constitution accepted by 88% of voters

As expected, the “yes” largely won the referendum to reshuffle the Egyptian Constitution, announced Tuesday, April 23 the National Elections Authority. President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi can now remain in power until 2030 and the army becomes the guarantor of the respect of the Constitution. With our correspondent in Cairo, Alexandre Buccianti More than 26 million […]

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Egypt: end of the referendum on the Constitution revision.

Egypt: end of the referendum on the Constitution revision.

Egypt ‘s 10,000 polling stations closed at 9 pm on Monday, April 22, after 3 days of voting for the referendum on the revision of the constitution. 61 million voters were called to vote on constitutional amendments allowing Abdel Fattah al-Sissi to preside until 2030 and giving more powers to the executive. “The turnout in […]

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Referendum in Egypt to extend the Sissi presidency

Referendum in Egypt to extend the Sissi presidency

The polls opened Saturday in Egypt for a referendum on a constitutional revision authorizing President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, elected in 2014, to extend his mandate and consolidate his power. Mr. Sissi voted in Cairo as soon as the polls opened at 9:00 am local time (07:00 GMT), according to images of state television. The poll […]

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Egypt: Parliament votes to allow Sissi to extend his presidency

Egyptian parliament votes to allow Sissi to extend his presidency

The Egyptian parliament, largely won by President Abdel Fattah Sissi, will vote on Tuesday a constitutional amendment that will offer the former Marshal, accused of serious human rights violations, the opportunity to remain in power until 2030 in the country. more populated Arab world. Sissi, who came to power following the overthrow of Islamist Mohamed […]

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