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Le processus de transition constitutionnelle en Egypte de 2011 à 2014

Abstract : Egypt, this historical territory, at the heart of a region under tension where national and foreign interestsclash and where energy transit through the Suez Canal is under very high surveillance,a country whodismissed two Presidents and set up and amended two constitutions, stepping up from an Islamist regime,which was quickly rejected by the people.I am conducting a study that combines the legal, sociological and political aspects of the transition period from 2011 until conclude my work with the following question: Where does Egypt stand today? what is the country's place inthe chessboard of the Middle East with its new regime? has this transition led to the establishment of ademocratic regime, in the Western sense of the term?What is the West's view of this revolution? Is the arrival of President Abdul Fattah Al Sissi,former cacique of the Mubarak regime, really gave a new breath to the country? What will this bring Egypt to the Middle East region and what partnership will it forge with the West and precisely with France?
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Sania El Kadi. Le processus de transition constitutionnelle en Egypte de 2011 à 2014. Droit. Université Paris-Saclay, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018SACLS073⟩. ⟨tel-01863617⟩



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