December 6, 2012

A Second Egyptian Revolt Has Begun

The Daily Star, Daily Star

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The only way to bring Egypt back from the brink of collapse is a sincere effort to achieve compromise, and accept the fact that when it comes to matters as weighty as a new Constitution, a razor-thin electoral majority means next to nothing.

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TAGGED: Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammed Morsi, Egypt

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