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Mohamed Hosni Mubarak

Date of Birth: 4/05/1928
Place of Birth: Kafr-El Meselha, Egypt


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What lies beyond Tahrir

The pattern established after President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak looks set to continue in 2012: periodic initiatiives by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces repressive atrocities followed by popular backlashes and then SCAF concessions...


Subsidy cuts and crony capitalists

Advisors from the International Monetary Fund had persuaded President Hosni Mubarak’s government to cut the budget deficit and state sector liberalise trade and investment rules float the Egyptian pound and sell off state companies all in exchange for a favourable debt relief package...


The future is military

General Mohamed Ahmed Mustafa el Dabi took over external security when Nafi’e Ali Nafi’e moved sideways after 1995’s assassination attempt on President Hosni Mubarak...


    Vol 5 (AAC) No 9 |
  • EGYPT

Mohammed Mursi

He leads the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood the long-banned Islamist movement that has become since the fall of Hosni Mubarak the dominant force in Egyptian politics...


    Vol 5 (AAC) No 4 |
  • EGYPT

Mohammed Saad al Katatni

The MB occupies a delicate position having formed an uncomfortable alliance with the military after President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak was overthrown in February 2011...


Brothers unbound

The parties that did best in the first Arab Spring elections are rooted in the Egyptian MB which although technically illegal was long tolerated by ex-President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak's regime as a foil to more radical Islamist or socialist opposition...


Dos Santos calls elections

He faces the same criticism as Tunisia’s Zine el Abidine Ben Ali and Egypt’s Mohamed Hosni Mubarak: that they held on to power too long diverted state revenue to benefit their families and brutally suppressed opposition...


Generals stall the revolution

After pushing out President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak in January they promised to return to barracks after overseeing the writing of a new constitution and free elections...


Coffers empty, power for sale

The revolution has run low on funds as tourists have stayed away and businesses closed after President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak fell in February...


Gadaffi falls, revolution rises

For the shaky regimes in Tunis and Cairo the end of the Libyan conflict will remove a dangerous political distraction – Gadaffi had been trying to defend the ousted despots Zine el Abidine Ben Ali and Mohamed Hosni Mubarak – and help to boost their economies especially tourism revenue...


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