Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Phony Reform?

A lot of people this month are reading articles 41, 42, 43 and 45 of the Egyptian Constitution. They are articles governing key aspects of the Egyptian political process. Activists have long hoped that the constitution could be rewritten to encourage more political openness. Now the Egyptian government and President Mubarak have moved forward in doing just that, proposing changes to 34 constitutional articles, including those mentioned above. But he has a different idea of reform than that of democratic activists.

Click here for a look at the politics from Al-Ahram Weekly.


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