A few days to hold regional and local elections (22 May), thousands of citizens take the streets "outraged", demanding a real democracy. We are facing a new form of "participation", but what is this movement?
The EU’s democratization policies in the southern Mediterranean and particularly in Egypt during the dictatorship have been severely criticized. However, this article aims to show that the political change achieved by the people of Egypt has many more possibilities to evolve into a democracy than it would have if the EU had been actively pursuing full democratic reforms.
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