2012/11/27

two views of the dictatorship

"I see nothing democratic about those decrees at all. He is turning himself into a dictator. Now he has a hold of all kinds of power in the country - the executive power, the legislative power and he has placed himself above the law and above the court system. What kind of democracy is that?"
 

- Gamal Soltan, American University in CAiro





"I see nothing democratic about those decrees at all. He is turning himself into a dictator. Now he has a hold of all kinds of power in the country - the executive power, the legislative power and he has placed himself above the law and above the court system. What kind of democracy is that?"



- Gamal Soltan, American University in CAiroO

 

  ANd  tHiS One

 

"I, and the majority of the Egyptian people believe Morsi is really late in protecting the goals and the main objectives of the revolution. In fact, the first demand is to stablise the new system in Egypt. He succeeded in pushing the civilian rule and pushing the military out of the way and now, he is stabilising the system - the democracy ....  I understand there is opposition and that is the new Egypt, the Egypt of democracy.  Let us agree to disagree."
-Abdul Mawgoud Dardery, Freedom and Justice Party

 

 

"I, and the majority of the Egyptian people believe Morsi is really late in protecting the goals and the main objectives of the revolution. In fact, the first demand is to stablise the new system in Egypt. He succeeded in pushing the civilian rule and pushing the military out of the way and now, he is stabilising the system - the democracy ....  I understand there is opposition and that is the new Egypt, the Egypt of democracy.  Let us agree to disagree."