Source: Carnegie Endowment
Author(s): Amr Hamzawy
Original Link: http://carnegie-mec.org/diwan/65051
After the July 2013 coup that removed President Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s old-new ruling establishment, centered around military and security generals, depended increasingly on religious populism and nationalistic populism. This allowed Egypt’s rulers to tighten their grip on many aspects of life in the country, under the pretense that that they were governing on behalf of ordinary citizens, to whose needs they were attentive…
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