Published on 02 July 2013, by M. Tomazy.
Current Islamized regime in Egypt is an extent for the toppled Mubarak's regime on economic, social and political levels and the revolution, by definition, is a changing process vertically and subsequently horizontally in a specific society.
Morsi's regime has continued the previous economic policies in Egypt; It depended on external international loans from International Monetary Fund (IMF) in order to balance running-costs of the country's budget.
Muslim Brotherhood, also has increased the sectarian polarization in the region amid the Syrian crisis; for example, their grand Sheikh, Yousef Al-Qaradawi attacked the Syrian regime upon sectarian principles, other than a clear political dispute. Egypt's Morsi lacks Charisma and convenience's skills which are necessary for people's contact.
The Exterior policies are also an extent for Mubarak's regime; tight relations with Israel, the same old alliance with GCC dynasties which are closer to France's Louis XVI regime as a model of ruling than any current regime. Moreover, The same head-tail relationship with the United States.
Thus, Egyptian people have already bearded Mubarak and so what would they lose if they topple the second president.
Lifelong for the revolution....
Vive la révolution.....