quarta-feira, 4 de junho de 2014

The Egypt delivered to Abdel Fattah al-Sisi

Abdel al-Sisi took oath before the democratically elected President, Mohamed Mursi, in August 2012, when he was appointed head of the armed forces and Minister of Defense. Mohamed Mursi made probably his worst political error, when you decided to trust this military.

Mursi was very quickly confronted with an ultimatum of general al-Sisi-this required him to listen to protests against the Muslim Brotherhood in power.

On July 3, 2013, a-Sisi tips, with a coup d ' état, the President Mursi and takes over all the powers. In the 11 months that followed, the army carries out actions of bloody repression in the streets, making fourteen hundred dead. A sentence condemns to death Muslim Brotherhood members and 528 to prison more than 15 thousand.

Governance with rail hand reinforces the popularity of al-Sissi. Born 59 years ago in this popular district of Cairo where Gamal Abdul Nasser, also was born the son of a cabinetmaker, al-Sasi joined the army and rose quickly in the military hierarchy, as recalls this your neighbor: "we know al-Asissi as someone who is both serious and disciplined. Is a man of the people, his life is in fact that of a man who knows the terrain, is a military man. Head of the Ashaqia military region and was also the head of information services, it is therefore normal that he's the President, "said Mahmoud Al-Batal.

Prompted by his supporters the chance to win elections ahead, al-Sisi return the military uniform for a suit and tie and his frown now gives way to a smile something hard.

In a recent interview, praised the patience of its people: "the Egyptians are very patient people, a great people. And let us remember that civilization has seven thousand years. Whenever there is hope for improvement, the Egyptians can be patient. "

To achieve a true democracy, the Egyptians are going to need to wait between 20 and 25 years, according to al-Sisi. See if you find the patience to wait for the recovery of an economy in full drift.

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