No Egyptian president assumed the post without confronting several problems. Gamal Abdel Nasser had to eliminate his partner Mohammad Najib in order to become president. Anwar al-Sadat fought off a battalion of suspicious men and conspirators, and he only assumed governance after a difficult and vast purging campaign. After Sadat was killed by conspirators from among his own forces, Hosni Mubarak left a trail of death and blood on his way to the palace to perform his oath.
Mursi’s broken promises
The Brotherhood are experts at creating chaos. Chaos itself is one of the reasons they failed to govern the countryAbdulrahman al-Rashed