The Aftermath of Egypt’s 2018 Presidential Election: Stormy Weather Ahead

Source: Arab Center Washington DC

Author(s): Charles W. Dunne

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The Egyptian presidential election of March 2018 posed a simple challenge for incumbent President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi. He needed a convincing victory (by authoritarian standards) against superficially credible opposition, with voter turnout exceeding that of his first election in 2014, to claim a mandate for his own personal leadership, implement unpopular economic reforms, and deal severely with a rash of security threats.

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