Egypt: From the deep state to the outskirts of the failed state

EPC | 01 Jun 2013

The estimate explains the crisis of the Egyptian state after the January revolution and during the "Brotherhood" rule, which foreign researchers described as a failed or almost failed state due to the vibrations that occurred in the pillars of the Egyptian state: borders, identity, and central state institutions. Appreciation disputes this argument, which was based on hasty rulings, and highlights that the cause of this crisis is the frantic and hasty desire on the part of the “Brotherhood” to seize the reins of the current historical moment, and to complete control of state power and its acquisition and use against their political opponents, and that these attempts are doomed to failure because of their application In unfavorable internal and external conditions, as the call for massive demonstrations on June 30 increases.

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