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The Future of Morsi

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Submitted by David G. Cashin (United States), Jul 2, 2013 at 10:45

I agree with you. Morsi sticking around would be better in the long run, one year is not enough to discredit fully. Loosing power now would give them time to rebuild at the grass roots while leaving time for the opposition to fail. And I am afraid they will. I hope that Islamism has reached its peak but for the opposition to succeed requires a return of tourism/business/stability. The Brotherhood can sabotage that.

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