In Egypt there are many like al-Ḥuṭayʾah, but their goals are different. There are those who search for fame, money and glory and those who have professional, personal or class jealousies. So for example when someone files a complaint against a former regime figure, presidential elections or the constitutional committee that person becomes a star on televisions and different media outlets.
So why not become a star myself? This is how they think and as a result the series of judicial cases and complaints goes on. We could hear soon of a complaint against the president for growing an "illegal beard."
I still believe that free education "above the secondary school" is the cause of Egypt's woes. As a result of this, there are plenty of "lawyers, academics, engineers, professors, media personalities..." and Egypt has become a "state of empty diplomas." Few actually are well-qualified.
Complaints continue and so do trivial judicial cases as prices of basic products continue to soar and the state of our public institutions remains woeful with rampant bribery and corruption and ongoing demonstrations and sit-ins. Shouldn't these people let the “democratically” elected president finish his term and then hold him accountable in the next elections, bearing in mind that a new parliament and a new constitution are yet to be formed.
Why can't Egyptians just be silent a little??