While both pro- and anti- Morsi supporters are united in their desire to see Egypt take an independent path, the political leaderships ostensibly representing the two sides clearly rely upon the patronage of the United States, suggesting that no-one is willing or able to meet public demand.
Analysts say Gazan rulers face increased political pressure in wake of Egypt’s coup.
‘It’s clear that the Egyptian people have spoken,’ State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters when asked whether Washington still considered Morsi the legitimate president.
The coup in Egypt represented a serious blow to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan?s foreign policy calculus
Turkey?s harsh stance regarding the military takeover in Egypt is due to its own recent history, Turkish PM Erdoğan said today
CAIRO – It wasn’t long ago that Egypt’s second-richest man was being publicly shamed by his political enemies in the Muslim Brotherhood. So you might think that Naguib Sawiris would never want to see the Brothers back in the seat of power again.