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After Morsi’s ouster, Egypt’s old guard is back — and Muslim Brotherhood is out

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Abigail Hauslohner
Washington Post
July 20, 2013

CAIRO — When the military ousted Egypt’s first democratically elected president, Zeinhom Hassan Ibrahim slaughtered a sheep, hired a DJ and threw a block party for his neighbors.

Ibrahim, a former parliamentarian from longtime ruler Hosni Mubarak’s now-defunct National Democratic Party, had lived through the year of Mohamed Morsi’s rule in blinking disbelief, as if the whole world had turned upside down.

But now, things are finally getting back to normal.

Egypt’s new power dynamic, following the July 3 coup that ousted Morsi, is eerily familiar. Gone are the Islamist rulers from the once-banned Muslim Brotherhood. Back are the faces of the old guard, many closely linked to Mubarak’s reign or to the all-powerful generals.

And for a seemingly broad array of Egyptians, that’s exactly the way they want it.

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This article was posted: Saturday, July 20, 2013 at 6:24 am





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