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Rethinking executive supremacy during times of crisis in Egypt (2019)

Crisis anticipates and sustains new constitutional innovations. The Egyptian uprising in 2011 provided an appropriate point of engagement because it presented an unpresented challenge to Egyptian State’s political and legal foundations and dynamics. This article critically appraises the Egyptian application of the separation of power doctrine, with a view to establishing how this constitutional doctrine has been constructed and reconstructed in the revolution era. Continue reading Rethinking executive supremacy during times of crisis in Egypt (2019)