Human Rights and Democracy 2014-15

Country Case Study: Egypt

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One comment on “Country Case Study: Egypt

  1. Emad Zahran says:

    This report is for human rights to democracy is only words from someone I do not understand the real situation in Egypt, said the situation in a manner summary is that the number of people with resources ratio of 400 of 100 means the number of the population of 90 million, but the resources are not enough 20 million with a bad education and ignorance no Evolution As for the foil located Bactrh in the Egyptian street is the employment and income of small and cost of living for Democracy application can not be definitive because it is the burden of extra biggest management in Egypt should note that the democratic philosophy of the way of living his problem society he lives with some, but in countries such as Egypt must live first before they think about the well-being is the first production Then we talk about: What do we have to keep the philosophy of Japan succeeded him not to colonize it respected the work and production of the industrial revolution in the first British production workflow