Tag: Morsi

Egypt’s Revolution Enters a New Phase

Egypt’s Revolution Enters a New Phase

Following four days of mass protests, Muhammad Morsi’s one-year presidency abruptly came to an end on Wednesday this week. The head of Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court, Adly Mansour, was sworn in as interm president on Thursday. According to footage aired live on Egyptian satellite channel ONTv, (via┬áCairo-based news agency Mada Masr,) The interim president asserted […]

After a Year of Brotherhood Rule, What Next for Egypt?

After a Year of Brotherhood Rule, What Next for Egypt?

Today marks exactly one year since Mohammed Morsi won Egypt’s first (relatively) ‘democratic’ presidential elections. As Egypt’s economy continues its downward spiral, while political chaos and Muslim Brotherhood ineptitude remain the norm, life for most Egyptians over the past twelve months has scarcely improved.┬áTens of thousands of Egyptians are expected to take to the streets […]