As Egyptian Gov’t Falls, Leftist Presidential Candidate seeks Youth Vote

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Egypt presidential hopeful fears return to autocracy (via AFP)

Presidential hopeful Hamdeen Sabbahi said he fears a return to autocratic rule in Egypt, telling AFP that the army chief, a likely election frontrunner, has failed to dispel these concerns. Sabbahi, 59, who came third in the 2012 presidential election…

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  1. Certainly appears that when the U.S. and Israel do not like an elected leader in those parts we support a coup etc and then pretend to support the people in that country and play up the try try again until you pick someone we like song and dance. No wonder so many folks in that part of the world hate the U.S.

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