Arabian fights

February 2012
IBA Global Insight;Feb2012, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p35
The article discusses the political conflicts in Egypt after the completion of the first democratic presidential election in the country since 2007. It mentions that the celebration of the country's democracy was highlighted by the presence of competition among army, Islamists and liberals for power. It notes that presidential candidate Amr Moussa's main challenge was to convince voters that he is not a crony of former president Hosni Mubarak. A brief political history of Egypt is provided.


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