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Egypt's chaos: No end in sight (2)

By Huang Peizhao (People's Daily Overseas Edition)

10:01, November 29, 2011

As a country with a large population and complicated national context, Egypt cannot afford the costs of clashes. A media agency in the Middle East said that Egypt's disorder is due to the impact of the large-scale unrest in early 2011.

In fact, Egypt has become increasingly fragmented in terms of politics and more and more socially disordered in the aftermath of the dramatic changes, with the collapse of the former relative balance in politics, social ecological framework and the structure of interests.

Egypt has neither a powerful government nor a strong leader, so people are at sea amid the exuberance after the "revolution." It is a matter of concern whether or not Egypt's parliamentary elections and next year's presidential election can be held as scheduled.

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