Τετάρτη, 5 Μαρτίου 2014

Who Is Al-Sisi? A Man Of The People Or Just Another Egyptian Dictator?

Article illustrative imagePartner logo "Sisimania" in Cairo
CAIRO — He might as well already be president. His photo is on every wall in Cairo. His constant television appearances, broadcasts of his speeches and video clips glorifying the army eclipse the presence of interim leader Adly Mansour
Even Field Marshall Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s mention of his night visions from 35 years ago, in which he dreamed of being head of state, are being scrutinized down to the finest detail. A few months away from an Egyptian presidential election that appears to have already been won, the army chief has already put on his Pharaoh outfit, metaphorically speaking. 
“The best term to describe al-Sisi would be dictator despite himself,” the Lebanese-Iraqi blogger Karl reMarks (whose real name is Karl Sharro) says sarcastically. “Time will determine to what extent he will be reluctant to fill this position. What is certain is the fact that he is showing several symptoms usually associated with Arab dictators.


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