Source: Italian Institute for International Political Studies
Author(s): Bahgat Korany
After a decade, Arab Spring countries show socio-political extremes between, for instance, a Tunisia and a neighboring Libya, with Egypt in an intermediary zone. Egypt’s decade witnessed orderly legislative elections and three presidents when Mubarak had reigned for almost thirty years. But Egypt’s current president is the former Minister of Defense, a continuation – with a short interval – of the practice of military presidents since 1952.
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