The Egyptian political system (A comparative study between the constitutional 2012-2014)

  • Mohammed Saleh Shattib Mosul University- college of Political Science

Abstract

The research have focused on the ramifications of the" 25 January  revolution" on the Egyptian constitution and how the masses in which participated in the revolution  aimed a rapid democratic transition through the writing of a new constitution  in order to be inevitable document leading to their salvation from authoritarianism and false constitutions that had become outmoded.


     Although the Egyptian constitutional experience,   From the wording perspective,  have many positive aspects; but the process of drafting is requiring consensus  about constitution, basically agree on the basic philosophy in which the Constitution is based on, or the purpose of drafting the Constitution itself,  at the same time,  the goal is absent from the Egyptian experience. Also, the political factions that carried the banner of change after the" 25 January  revolution" was not able to answer the following question: What is the purpose of drafting a new constitution to replacing "the 1971 Constitution"?. This situations led to the intensification of division and conflict among factions, in addition, excluded the most important  political faction.

Published
Jul 2, 2019
How to Cite
SHATTIB, Mohammed Saleh. The Egyptian political system (A comparative study between the constitutional 2012-2014). Tikrit Journal For Political Science, [S.l.], n. 16, p. 163-177, july 2019. ISSN 2312-6639. Available at: <http://tjfps.tu.edu.iq/index.php/poltic/article/view/145>. Date accessed: 22 july 2019. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.25130/poltic.v0i16.145.
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