Kamal Khaled

Bio: 

Kamal Khaled is an Egyptian lawyer who twice filed court cases resulting in the revision of Egypt's election laws and the dismissal of the parliaments elected under them. He ran as an independent in the 1990 parliamentary elections, defeating the former finance minister, and served in the legislature until 1995.


Articles by this Author
Perspectives on Elections from the Arab World

Some of the material in this issue of Middle East Report was generated at the October 2-3, 1998 conference on “Multi-Party Elections in the Arab World: Controlled Contestation and Opposition Strategies,” which...

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