Editorial: Setback in Egypt’s democracy
The Jakarta Post
Politics is the art of choosing between the disastrous and the unpalatable,” according to Canadian-American economist John Kenneth Galbraith. Decades-long military rule has left nothing but an undemocratic political tradition in Egypt — less than is needed to give the infant civilian government under President Mohammad Mursi time and space to push for the anticipated democratization of the nat...
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