Egypt is not heading towards a new election; it's headed towards a Civil War. Ever since Mubbarick was removed, various factions have taken advantage of the opportunity to voice displeasure and frustration by rallying and destroying the area's that they live in. People aren't just rallying against the president - they are rallying against anyone in power that they happen to be unhappy with. Because of this fact, many of the protestors refuse to abide by the rule of law, something that is required in any civil country. What can't be disputed, is that Morsi is the democratically elected president - he's not a King. If people are unhappy with their decision vote him out when elections arise again. Further more, he's only been president for 1 year - what do they respect, you can't undue 30 years of Mubbarick in one year. What happens if Morsi is overthrown? Are the Islamist going to be happy with the new leader, or will they protest as the 'opposition' has protested? Ironically one of their major complaints is about jobs, yet that can't see the correlation between their violent protest and tourist not wanting to visit the country. It's sad, because I love Egypt and her people - yet they insist on walking a path that could potentially mirror Libya, or Syria.
The legacy of incompetent,landlord-ism ,dynasty and mafia rule must end choudhary nisar. These fit for nothing leaders are incompetent,looters and lusty for powers,atleast army men dedicate their life to the nation,educated and disciplined unlike these looters and burglars.
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