By Jeffrey White. Washington Institute for Near East Policy, February 2011.
Having assumed control of government, Egypt’s Supreme Military Council must now work to maintain discipline, restore social and economic order, and guide a smooth transition to a successor democratic government. How precisely the council of 20 military officers operates internally, makes decisions, or manages internal competition for power and influence remains unclear and warrants continued engagement and watchfulness by civil society actors and international partners.
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