Egypt’s Anti Protest Law: Legalising Authoritarianism

Source: Carnegie Endowment
Author(s): Amr Hamzawy

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Since the summer of 2013, following the military coup led by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the ruling regime in Egypt has managed to handcuff the public space, surround it with restrictions.

This has been in a stark contrast to the period before the coup when Egyptians, during the popular uprising that took place on January, 25, 2011, were encouraged to engage actively in managing the country’s affairs through peaceful means and ballot boxes. This period benefited  both civil society organisations and political parties…

This article was originally published in Al Jazeera.

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