<See below Suffragio’s preview of Egypt’s July 2013 coup, followed by a real-time listing of all coverage of Egyptian politics.>
With the removal of Mohammed Morsi from the Egyptian presidency just days after completing his first year as Egypt’s first and only democratically elected president, the country seems set for a restart of its political, governance and social institutions at a time when its economic foundations continue to crumble.
Supported by the national military, interim president Adly Mansour and interim prime minister Mohamed ElBaradei, the former director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, will now face the task of pacifying a country still reeling from the effects of its February 2011 revolution and overthrow of strongman Hosni Mubarak, an elongated transition headed by the military’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and an experiment in a year of government by a duly elected president with strong ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Most immediately, Mansour and ElBaradei have pledged to hold new elections for both president and Egypt’s parliament, though they will face immediate concerns with respect to the Egyptian economy.
As Egypt begins to negotiate yet another phase of political and social uncertainty, you can follow Suffragio‘s prior coverage of the previous presidential election and the key moments of the Morsi administration below.
— July 6, 2013
Photo credit to Breeze Giannasio.
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Please note below Suffragio‘s prior coverage of Egyptian politics:
Egypt election results: Egypt has a new pharaoh
May 29, 2014
Egypt’s El-Araby: ‘We don’t have an energy strategy’
April 10, 2014
El-Sisi finally announces presidential candidacy in Egypt
March 31, 2014
Mubarakization-watch: Egypt referendum results
January 22, 2014
Egypt’s constitutional referendum enshrines re-Mubarakiztion
January 14, 2014
What comes next for Egypt
July 3, 2013
Morsi: ‘We’re learning. We’re learning how to be free.’
November 29, 2012
Egyptian president Morsi caught in the crossfire in embassy riots kerfuffle
September 13, 2012
Former Mubarak intelligence chief Omar Suleiman has died
July 19, 2012
Morsi responds to Egypt parliament’s dissolution
June 14, 2012
Final first-round Egypt election results
May 29, 2012
Sabahi wins Cairo, but not by enough to enter runoff
May 25, 2012
Egypt runoff: Who is Ahmed Shafiq?
May 25, 2012
Egypt runoff: Who is Mohammed Morsi?
May 25, 2012
Television ads in the Egyptian presidential race
May 24, 2012