Egyptian media fall into line behind Sissi on eve of presidential election
'He really doesn't have to give orders. It is enough for him to wink or even flutter his eyelashes and he will find us all in his service,' writes columnist in rare dissent.
CAIRO - During Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's autocratic rule, the state often shaped media coverage to make him appear flawless, hauling in editors who did not fall into line.
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