The estimate highlights the fragmentation and division that prevailed in the civil opposition parties in Egypt after the January 25 Revolution, which the famous American writer Thomas Friedman considered a "surprise" of the Arab Spring, and analyzes the state of division that prevailed in the relations between these parties, the weaknesses of them at the level of their leaders ’personalities, and the weak organizational structure , And the turmoil in its relations with the Brotherhood’s regime. The appreciation offers lessons for building the effectiveness of these parties in the future.
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