Where is the Prestige of the Egyptian State Heading?

EPC | 01 May 2013

This analysis explains the most important aspect related to the concept of the state prestige, such as the behavioral characteristics of members of the ruling elite, how qualified are they to perform their duties, how does the state institutions cooperate to achieve social welfare for citizens and the ability of these institutions to preserve law and order. The analysis concludes that the prestige of the Egyptian state severely declined during the last days of President Morsi’s rule, especially after the incident of releasing the kidnappers of the Egyptian soldiers in Sinai.

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