Egypt: Uneventful Local Elections

“The local council elections were today, but their results were a foregone conclusion even before the country’s largest opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, withdrew its candidates and called for a boycott,” writesElijah Zarwan, from Egypt, who goes on to discuss the Mahalla protests and general strike.

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