DOSSIER: Gamal Mubarak - Online dissenters to the rise of Egypt's Gamal Mubarak could land in prison

November 2009
Geo-Strategy Direct;11/25/2009, p5
The article informs that security agencies in Egypt are cracking down on critics of Gamal Mubarak, son and heir-apparent of President Hosni Mubarak. The military as well as many Egyptians who served in the regime of the late President Gamal Abdul Nasser are opposing Gamal, whereas Mubarak supporters and Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif are promoting the president's son as the next ruler of Egypt. Several prominent Egyptians have decided not to run unless there is a free and fair election.


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