To this, in one year.
It seems like the reformation in Egypt isn’t running so smoothly. The transition from the dictatorship of Mubarak to the elected President Morsi is rocky. This article introduced strong visual imagery of Egyptian citizens using the freedom of speech rights to protest against Morsi and The Muslim Brotherhood via car horns in the street. According to this article, some say Morsi’s bad reputation is from the press, but others say it is a combination of “Falling living standards, a deteriorating economy and a perceived collapse in law and order.”
It surprised me to find out prices have soared 30% higher since Morsi took office. After presenting my information to the class, I was under the impression Egypt was restoring order, but after reading this, I realize I am wrong. President Morsi has been accused of falling into the same pitfalls as Mubarak. Negative…
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