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Egyptians false expectations means we'll see more protests in the future

thinkforyoursel

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I seriously think that nation have set themselves up for failure.

Morsi ...like him or not won an election.....so who are the people who voted for him? Was it a free and fair election?

Personally I think the Egyptians (via the internet) have exposed themselves to western influence and they hold false expectations of what a new leader will bring.

Who ever is the next leader ...what's going to happen 6 months in their tenure ...when the young Egyptians still have no jobs to buy that $6 cup coffee at Starbucks like their American counterpart?

What next ....they take to the streets again?

Also imagine what the situation will be for those who actually voted for Morsi....do you think you can tell them about democracy now?
 
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