Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies
Author(s): Mahmoud Gamal
Since the early moments of the military coup (4 July 2013), Abdel- Fattah Al-Sisi has worked to impose full control over the military institution as well as all other security institutions. Therefore, he has conducted a series of changes and repositioning of leaders within the Army, the General Intelligence Service and the Ministry of Interior, so that he could have the upper hand over these institutions. Al-Sisi occasionally dismisses military commanders and appoints others – who might be more loyal to him – in their positions; hazes some commanders that were removed from their positions; and sometimes honors others that may be appropriate for new positions, albeit outside the Egyptian army. In other words, Sisi is working on the transformation of the regime from governance of the military institution to an autocratic rule that controls the military institution as well as all other security institutions.
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