Egypt: The unfolding crisis
Two years after the revolution, the dramatic turns in the country raise questions about democracy and dictatorship.
Last Modified: 06 Sep 2013 08:09
Egyptians for the first time have a real choice in terms of who they want to lead the country. In this election they’re voting for individuals and it’s the first time they’ve got the opportunity to actually decide the individual that they want to lead them ....
Mike Hanna, Al Jazeera correspondent ahead of Egypt's first free and fair election
Egypt's military chiefs, the Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF), headed by Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi now ran the country. But, believing that they had fought hard to secure political change and driven by a determination to pick their own leader, the Egyptian people continued their protests.
The Mansour government says it plans to call new elections within 12 months, but can stability be restored in a way that enables ordinary Egyptians to regain their hard-earned freedoms and to re-build their lives, their economy and a brighter future?
Taking over the state running power illegally may have been an event of valor like the most respect traitor Mubarak the secret paid spy of Israel working against his own country Egypt. What good has this idiot General and those traitor who supported to committed the coup deta’te. Are not the idiot Egyptians those supported this traitor who committed the coup deta’te and his cabinet be tried for committal of genocide.
He has committed several most heinous crimes of those is violating the country’s constitution to remove a democratically elected government putting the country and the nation’s at risk and killing the citizen like street dogs thus committing crime against humanity without any shadow of doubt.
All those supported the General must be found out and tried without any mercy to stop such future venture with elected government and intervention by Army in future.