Middle East

Many Egyptians Count on Army to Keep Nation from Potential of Failed Statehoodi
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April 17, 2013 4:48 PM
As Egyptians face a crumbling economy, a rise in crime and decline in basic services, many count on one sector of society to keep the nation from the potential of failed statehood. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott has more on the role of Egypt's military during the transition.

Many Egyptians Count on Army to Keep Nation from Potential of Failed Statehood

Published April 17, 2013

As Egyptians face a crumbling economy, a rise in crime and decline in basic services, many count on one sector of society to keep the nation from the potential of failed statehood. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott has more on the role of Egypt's military during the transition.


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