EGYPTIAN CONSTITUTION: ISLAMIC "YES" TO SECULAR "NO"
Egypt Keywords:, Constitutional Declaration, Mohammed Morsi. The Muslim Brotherhood A. M. VASILIEV Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences D. I. VINITSKY Our sobkor in Cairo Two years after the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak's regime in the January 25 revolution, Egypt continues to attract the most intense attention, resembling in its unpredictability either a raging volcano or, rather, a theater of operations. Numerous victims - dozens of dead and hundreds of wounded-have already become a necessary consequence of the endless demonstrations of opponents and supporters of the regime. With heavy fighting in the country's political and economic fields, the new authorities, represented by the Muslim Brotherhood, have to win back the right to rule the largest state in the Arab world. They are trying to prove their worth and moderation to the whole world, but at the same time they do not give up their goals, which are still poorly understood by the world community. This struggle is accompanied by the redrawing of the state institutions of the Pyramid Country that have been created for decades to suit their interests and goals, and attempts to prevent an economic collapse. Another milestone in this process was the adoption of a new Egyptian constitution, which will go down in the country's history as the Constitution of 2012. I haven't read the text of the constitution, but I want stability to return to Egypt." This phrase of a street vendor in Cairo clearly demonstrates the mood with which the majority of participants in the national referendum on the Basic Law came to the ballot boxes. The referendum itself in the Country of Pyramids was held in a two-round format unusual for world political practice-on December 15 and 22. Of course, the longing for stability is not the only factor that stimulated 17 million people, who were more active out of 52 million registered and eligible to vote, to stand in long queues to put a "tick" in the red or blue circle of the voting bu ... Read more
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