Egypt Votes on Constitution; Judiciary Most Likely to Benefit

Posted on January 14, 2014


Egyptians began voting on a draft for their country’s constitution Tuesday morning, a vote that is expected to give the judiciary expanded authority at a time when judges have been at the center of a crackdown on Islamists. The referendum’s opening was marred by an explosion outside a courthouse in the Cairo suburb of Imbaba, […]

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Mentally Kiss Your Pension Fund Money Goodbye

Written by Gary North on November 25, 2011

The main story of MF Global is that the crisis in Europe brought it down. Wrong story. The main story is that the firm dipped into customers’ paid-up accounts and moved the money. Where to? It’s not clear. How much money? It’s not yet clear. It may be over a billion dollars. This is illegal, […]

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