Egypt’s Military Rulers Increasingly Domineering

The military rulers in Egypt’s interim government are growing increasingly rigid and domineering, determined to continue Mubarak’s failed attempt to crush the popular protest movement. The draconian leadership is peddling national lines about themselves as the nation’s foremost patriots all while moving to forcefully silence their critics. They insist they have no wishes to stay in power beyond the elections slated for early 2013, but the Egyptian youth worry their actions speak louder than their words.

Read the whole report by Hamza Hendawi at the Associated Press. 

Author: John Glaser

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