Egypt’s Unfinished Revolution

@article{ElKhawas2012EgyptsUR,
  title={Egypt’s Unfinished Revolution},
  author={Mohamed A. El-Khawas},
  journal={Mediterranean Quarterly},
  year={2012},
  volume={23},
  pages={52 - 66}
}
  • M. El-Khawas
  • Published 2012
  • Political Science
  • Mediterranean Quarterly
Egypt’s revolution has produced odd results. President Hosni Mubarak was replaced in 2011 by the military, which plans to stay in office until 2013. The interim government has been trying to reconcile the differing demands of young revolutionaries and emerging political parties. It has been struggling to deal with an ailing economy and deteriorating security. Although the goal is to transfer power to a democratically elected government, building an infrastructure for sustainable democratic… 
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