A failed coup, political immaturity and all that talk

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A military coup to take over the country is everyone’s business and not just of the military’s. In the last edition of this business, the state authorities came to the people to explain matters and invited media as the conduit of public information to distribute their words.

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Complete Egypt’s revolution

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For decades, the Egyptian military has operated an economy within an economy in Egypt. With the tacit support of the United States, the armed forces own and operate a sprawling network of for-profit businesses. The military runs factories that manufacture televisions, bottled water and other consumer goods.

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The move of morality or complicit indifference?

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[caption id=”attachment_2708″ align=”alignleft” width=”300″ caption=”Photo: bdnews24.com”][/caption] The Narayanganj City Corporation Election appears to have been a fair prelude to the final scene. Read between the lines: an enraged Chief Election Commissioner threatening to confront the government for not having sent the army to the polling scene;

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