Decision Making in Egypt: What Has Changed Since Mubarak?

Source: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Author(s): Ahmed Abd Rabou

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Since former president Hosni Mubarak was ousted, Egypt has experienced political and economic instability and a pronounced lack of security. Having previously been governed under a stable, if unproductive, political system that lasted for three decades, Egypt is yet to find definite answers to the turmoil and deadlock which have characterized the country since January 2011.

What do we really know about the formal politics currently prevailing in Egypt? Contrary to the belief that the decision-making process in Egypt remains highly centralized and that the military is the sole decision-making entity in contemporary Egypt, it is actually chaotic, diffused, and contested by many state actors…

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