Election outcomes show Egypt's revolution did not achieve its goals
The protest movements will encounter a terrible dilemma: electing Mubarak's former PM and thereby returning to the previous regime, or choosing Mohamed Morsi, which means coming under complete control of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Mohamed Morsi's win in the first round of Egypt's presidential elections was not a sweeping victory. Only one quarter of the votes fell into the Muslim Brotherhood candidate's lap, almost the same amount of votes won by Ahmed Shafiq, the secular...
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