Reiffer is correct in his analysis. You talk about Morsi manipulating the vote? How about Shafik? He was far worse. So Morsi won a large number of votes outside of Cairo and got a lot of rural and poor voters. So, what's your point? Only affluent voters in Cairo really matter?
Morsi has tried to attract foreign investment, as evidenced by his visits to China, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and other contacts made early during his presidency. However, the opposition and counter-revolutionary forces along with the help of the Mubarak media are intent on making sure he fails. With all the obstacles they've created no president could possibly succeed.
The people in Egypt need to understand, Morsi was voted into office. The way to getting him out is by elections. Otherwise, once the opposition gets their way the Islamists will protest until the new government fails. So when does it end? If you don't like a president just protest, until the country is on the verge of collapse? Is this how democracy is supposed to be?
Unfortunately you are either misinformed or a blind backer of the brotherhood.first of all Morsi a convict was a last minute replacement candidate of a religious party the brotherhood. With deep pockets and a very well organized group they easily manipulated the poor and the rural communities . People were paid to vote brought in by buses and voter suppression was rampant in Christian majority areas. Despite all this vote manipulation he barely beat Shafiq who was considered a remnant of the old regime. He was soundly beaten in Cairo the heartbeat brain and economic pulse of the country. After "Winning" the election rather than try and bring the country together rather than try and rebuild the country's lifeblood tourism he proceeds to try and consolidate power for his brotherhood party. Rather than try to bring foreign investment his Islamist parliament is debating female circumsicion and bringing legal age of marriage for a female to 9. This regime this party has lost any legitimacy it may have had and needs to leave. Religious extremism is a cancer that will destroy any society it infects regardless of the religion. They have soiled our religion and our country
I believe CJP needs to worry about the laws and people that break them,why is he worrying about load shedding??? does he not have millions, I mean millions of cases pending that require his attention??? He acts more like the President or the PM than a judge SMH,blah blah blah,he is always yapping about stuff he has no control over or he shouldn't interfere in.You are the Chief justice of Pakistan,start acting like it
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