The Egyptian Interregnum: The high cost of suppressing change

Source: German Council On Foreign Relations (Gdap)
Author(s): Ibrahim El Houdaiby

Original Link: https://dgap.org/en/think-tank/publications/dgapanalyse-compact/egyptian-interregnum

Five years after the ouster of Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak, the alliance backing Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is fragile to the point of collapse. A lack of overarching vision is leading to unprecedented levels of politicization, fragmentation, discord, and violation of the law within the state apparatus. While the regime asks for patience as it pursues “stability,” “state building,” and a relentless “war on terrorists,” it seems to be taking a path with just two possible outcomes: total collapse or slow decay.

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