December 15, 2018

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  • Shafik: What’s at stake?

    BY NAEL M. SHAMA Cairo: There’s little doubt that on a personal level presidential candidate Ahmed Shafik provides his audience with many reasons that would deter them from voting for him. But the issue at stake clearly transcends the persona of Shafik, his unmasked arrogance, and his many media blunders. It rather goes into the heart of the nature, structure and alliances of the formidable Egyptian state. A little bit of history is needed here. The nation state that emerged in the Arab world after independence has exhibited a remarkable ability to reproduce itself against all odds. The numerous military…

    How Egypt’s Islamists lost the first round

    BY RANIA AL MALKY Cairo: Let’s do the math. According to the preliminary results of Egypt’s presidential poll, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) candidate Mohammed Morsi picked up 5,578,760 votes, around 25 percent, followed by Mubarak-era minister and PM Ahmed Shafik with 5,333,84, 24 percent. In a surprise showing, Nasserist Hamdeen Sabahi was next with 4,670,939 votes, 21 percent. Trailing were two former leading candidates, ex-Muslim Brotherhood leader Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh with 3,919,727, 18 percent, and in a distant fifth place, former Arab League secretary general and Mubarak-era Foreign Minister Amr Moussa at 2,391,214, or 11…

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