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The Egyptian governmental power structure decided to keep things weighted toward the military in the last week, wiping out any pretense that there will be a democratic Summer following the Arab Spring. Gives this photo a ‘j’accuse’ type reality.
(credit: Amr Nabil/APcaption: Egyptian protesters point at soldiers in front of the Supreme Constitutional Court ? in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, June 14, 2012. Egypt’s highest court has ruled that Hosni Mubarak’s last prime minister can stay in the presidential race.)
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