Egypt's Multiple Power Centers

El-Adawy, Adel
January 2014
Washington Institute for Near East Policy: PolicyWatch;2014, p1
The article talks about political conditions in Egypt as of January 17, 2014, and also mentions the role of Egyptian military in taking major political decisions including cabinet appointments, formation of the fifty-member constitutional committee, and the drafting of the constitution. Topics discussed include Egyptian political regime under its former President Hosni Mubarak, division of Egyptian power centers, and military establishment under Egypt's Prime Minister Hazem Beblawi.


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