The August issue of The Economist examined Egypt’s economy, and it passed a far from flattering judgement, particularly regarding General Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, who’s been in power in the North African country since 2013.
According to the British weekly, Egypt’s president is even more repressive than Hosni Mubarak, and more incompetent than Mohammed Morsi. “If the situation continues unchanged, the stage is set for a new popular revolt in Cairo,” declared The Economist. The reasons for such a dire prediction stem from 40% youth unemployment, an inability to sort out the economic crisis, and brutal repression.
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