EGYPT: Jagged Facts

Egyptians streamed to the polls last week and proclaimed by their ballots exactly in what low esteem they hold the "Palace Cabinet" of Ahmed Ziwar Pasha. The potent Wafd, the party of Zaghlul, scored a smashing victory, secured 166 Deputies (out of 215) as opposed to 176 in the elections of 1924 and 101 in the elections of 1925. But the "Palace Party" (Unionist), which appeared for the first time at the polls last week, was so utterly repudiated as to obtain but five seats in the...

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