There is a political crisis in Iraq that the cabinet is dealing with by ignoring. In Egypt, there is also a crisis which the country’s governance considers expected. It also considers that by ignoring it, time will end up resolving it. In Libya, parties face the crisis there by fortifying their positions behind tribal and regional affiliations.
In Tunisia, it was possible to temporarily vent the crisis. However, there have been no substantial changes. In Yemen, there is a crisis that the national dialogue began its one thousand mile journey to resolve. In Syria, there is a crisis that the regime chose to confront with extreme brutality scattering its possibilities to win and thwarting the opposition’s chances of victory.
Chaos gives power
These new regimes gained their strength from the fact that they were voted for. But this has shown that elections alone do not guarantee legitimacyAbdul Wahab Badrakhan