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Cries of wealth in a few hands and nepotism in the government have been in the rise and that young people cannot attain political positions through conventional ways thus have resorted to unconventional methods like demonstrations (violent and peaceful ones), ousting and use of proper media to propel their mission(Witte, 31).
There are many objectives that you can set that can aid in this political difficulty times. One of your main objectives should be to have a rule of transparency in your government. Set up a commission that handles corruption issues in the country and ensure it is active. The second objective you should write down a new constitution that will allow for open, free and fair elections so that if you are elected it will be justly. If you accomplish these objectives the people will have no convincing to re-elect you fairly. Thirdly, you should establish a democratic rule of law in your government where people will have their rights(Witte, 67). This right will ensure that citizens of Egypt can talk their mind without fear of retributions and exile or worse still executions and long jail terms. The last objective you can use is to cut back on the budget and increase the cost of living by providing employment opportunities. The country’s resources must be equally divided. I am setting these objectives for you since you have not expressed any personal point of view towards this ousting problem.
There are policies you need to set in order to stop this oust. You should establish modernization reforms and socialist measures even thou some pan-Arabist do not agree(Witte, 5). This is one of your strengths since these reforms will gain you favors from several Arab countries. You should also introduce a new re structured constitution that will gain you the presidential seat again. Even if some Arab countries do not support you, but
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