Ten reasons for optimism in Egypt

Despite being still imperfect in some areas, the constitution is certainly a step forward, and is already vastly superior to the former Islamist constitution.

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January 21, 2014 16:46
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An Egyptian soldier stands guard on the streets of Cairo

An Egyptian soldier stands guard on the streets of Cairo 370. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Despite the current rather bumpy situation in Egypt, there are several factors that offer hope, and may repay optimism. These include:

1.  Ordinary people starting to respect government authority again

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