President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt: opinions?
This is where a parliamentary system could work. He loses enough support and he's forced to call elections.
He is a democratically elected president, I don't like his policies, but many Egyptians do.
The number of people protesting against him are twice the number of those who voted for him. Even most of those who voted for him regret it.
The first thing he did when he came into power was remove the Vice President and all the army generals. He has more power now than Mubarak even did.
I know, but I'm worried forcing him out will turn Egypt into the same mess as your home country.
No, you can already see the differences. They've been planning this out for over a month, and these protesters are peaceful. Besides, the military is on the people's side. In Syria, things were just pure chaos and craziness. The people didn't know...
...what they wanted or what they were doing. And they were hardly peaceful at all. They also formed an army and created a new flag and are currently fighting as two parties who want power of Syria. At this point, I am very proud of the Egyptians...
... For knowing exactly what they want, planning things out, and being peaceful, and rejecting the Muslim Brotherhood. Egypt is the largest Arab nation and hopefully they can set a good example.
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