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Civil coup

13 Aug 2012 By Una Galani

The Islamist president’s ousting of the ruling military chiefs is a decisive move to end the country’s political deadlock. And his reclaiming of legislative powers may help Egypt out of its economic impasse. But until a parliament is in place, power will be too concentrated.

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