Egyptians are getting impatient with their former and current leaders. They definitely do not miss former President Mohammad Mursi, faulted by 83 percent for the problems facing Egypt today. But they are also gradually losing confidence in both the commander-in-chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and the state institutions, with no one leader getting the support of the majority.
Impatience with the leadership
In light of the clashes, the crackdown on the FJP, and the controversial protest law, the confidence in the current leadership in Egypt is erodingJoyce Karam