Egypt's National Salvation Front (NSF) members (RtoL) Hamdeen Sabahi, Amr Moussa and Mohammed ElBaradei take part in a meeting on June 8, 2013 in the Egyptian capital, Cairo. Opposition groups called for protests on June 30, 2013 that will mark the first anniversary of Mohamed Morsi's election as Egypt's first civilian president.
The Egyptian economy is in its most difficult condition. Not only is there a heavy inheritance from the previous regime but throughout the transitional period the economic file was mismanagedMore quotes »
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Moussa says president must accept "Rebel" campaign's demands
Moussa, leading member of the National Salvation Front, urged President Mohamed Mursi to accept "Rebel" campaign's demands and not regard the campaign as a conspiracy. In a statement issued earlier on Wednesday, Moussa said that the salvation front did not from Aswat Masriya Read more »
THE INTERVIEW : Jean-Hugues Simon-Michel, French Ambassador to the UN Conference on Disarmament
Moussa, Egyptian opposition leader and former Secretary-General of the Arab League, speaks to Marc Perelman about the tension in Egypt between the government and opposition. He also gives us his point of view on the Syrian conflict and the Middle East peace from France 24 Read more »
Is There A Path Forward for Egypt?
the senior adviser to the Egyptian National Competitiveness Council and previously an adviser to presidential candidate Amr Moussa, thinks so. Writing in the FT, he points to Mohammed Morsi’s inability to transform Egypt’s economy from a rent-seeking, clientilist from The American Interest Read more »
Egyptian Opposition Slams ‘Islamizing’ Cabinet Reshuffle
polls expected in October. "This is a further step towards the total dominance of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood," said Amr Moussa, former Arab League chief and leader of the main National Salvation Front (NSF) opposition bloc. Egypt announced on Tuesday from The New Media Journal Read more »
Insight - Egypt opposition can't harvest Brotherhood unpopularity
to offer a coherent alternative. "I recognise that the opposition has not lived up to the expectation of the people," said Amr Moussa, 76, a former Arab League secretary-general, who is one of the leaders of the opposition National Salvation Front (NSF). "But from Reuters.co.uk Read more »