Egypt’s Sissi Respects the Courts - and That's No Mean Feat

His predecessor Morsi declared that his presidential orders had the status of law, while Mubarak replaced judges as he saw fit. Still, the president's decision to give islands back to the Saudis enraged Egyptians.

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Yassin El-Ayouty, an emeritus law professor at the State University of New York and adjunct faculty member at Cairo University’s law school, has made an interesting observation. In Egypt “the army was a...