Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies
Author(s): Mahmoud Gamal
The leadership of the military institution has dominated the Egyptian political scene and large sectors of the country’s economy since the army took power after the coup d’etat of July 03, 2013. The practices of the current army commanders, who are heading Egypt’s military institution arouse a state of dissatisfaction among officers of different ranks within the structure of the Egyptian army. In addition, Al-Sisi represses anyone who wants to change inside and outside the military, under the pretext of preventing the spread of Islamic extremism and potential chaos.
Since the military coup on July 3, 2013, individuals and groups within the army have tried to change the status of the institution under its current leadership for several reasons, most notably…
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