After one hundred days under Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, it is time to count or denigrate the country’s achievements, depending on a person’s political position. But no one, not even Sisi’s opponents, can deny that he has taken very risky decisions on the domestic front and was able to implement them. He removed subsidies on vital goods, such as fuel, and reduced subsidies on bread. Yet, Egypt remained strong and present and the Egyptian people were able to bear the price increase, based on the government’s promises that it was the only way to save the country from collapse.
Sisi strengthened his relations with his original allies, those he fostered ties with before he assumed the presidencyAbdulrahman al-Rashed