Democracy is still popular in six Muslim-majority countries, over a year after the Arab Spring, and the majority in some countries favors laws based on the Koran, according to a poll published Tuesday.
- 25 May, 2012 -- Brotherhood claims lead as Egypt vote count begins
The Muslim Brotherhood quickly staked a claim Thursday for its candidate to advance to a runoff vote, saying its exit polls showed him leading in Egypt's landmark presidential election to succeed ousted leader Hosni Mubarak.
- 29 November, 2011 -- Egypt’s military rulers see vote turnout as boost
Egypt's military rulers claimed the surprisingly heavy turnout for the first elections since Hosni Mubarak's ouster was proof of popular support for their democratic transition plan.
- 23 May, 2012 -- Eager Egyptians hold landmark presidential vote
After a lifetime of being told who will rule them, Egyptians dove enthusiastically into the uncertainty of the Arab world's first competitive presidential race Wednesday, wrestling with a polarizing choice between secularists rooted in Hosni Mubar...
- 16 June, 2012 -- Egypt votes to choose successor to Hosni Mubarak
Faced with a choice between Hosni Mubarak's ex-prime minister and an Islamist candidate, Egyptians entered their latest round of elections in an atmosphere of suspicion, resignation and worry, voting in a presidential runoff that will mean the dif...
- 17 June, 2012 -- Egypt votes for 2nd day to pick Mubarak successor
Egyptians were choosing on Sunday between a conservative Islamist and Hosni Mubarak's ex-prime minister in the second day of a presidential runoff that has been overshadowed by questions on whether the ruling military will transfer power to civili...