Question of the Week
Is army intervention the best way to resolve Africa’s leadership Problems?
Last Wednesday July 3rd, the Egyptian army toppled Islamist leader Mohammed Morsi after just one short year in power. Egypt now has a new interim president, the third man to occupy the post in less than four years. There is a lively debate now if what happened in Egypt was a coup of a revolution but except in really very exceptional situations, no country goes through two revolutions in three years so something went wrong in Egypt.
Many Africans will also like to see the back of their own weak, ineffective, corrupt and long term presidents but is army intervention the best way to resolve these leadership issues?
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