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Ballot Box Legitimacy in Egypt: Fact or Fiction?

Truman Project and Center for National Policy

It seems almost prophetic that on the day the United States celebrated the 237th anniversary of its birth, the people of Egypt were rejoicing at the ousting of their first, democratically elected president. The question of what constitutes democratic governance and legitimacy of power challenged America’s forefathers, and now confronts the Egyptian people, binding these two events over time and space.

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