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NEWSMAKER-Hounded from office, Mursi finds he and Egypt "don't mix"



Quote:CAIRO, July 3 (Reuters) - In the end, the army sided with the protesters and the cruel joke was on the president: whether it was tragedy or comedy, placards reading "Egypt and Mursi don't mix" got the biggest laugh on Tahrir Square. The armed forces overthrew President Mohamed Mursi on Wednesday, declaring that he had "failed" the Egyptian people. A poor farm boy from the Nile Delta, made good through an American education and pious loyalty to the underground Muslim Brotherhood, Mursi was shoved blinking from obscurity a year ago to become Egypt's first freely elected president.

Taking on a role that the Brotherhood had feared might be a trap sprung by a hostile bureaucracy inherited from the old regime, Mursi's personal ratings were sapped by an economy in free fall and one clumsy policy move after another. He was fatally undermined by his failure to shake a conviction among the talkative urban elites that he was the clownish pawn of a secret society of religious zealots.

When, in January, he ventured a few words in English during a visit to Germany, he presented himself as a perfect fall-guy for a new breed of political comic wowing television audiences with the freedoms won in the revolution on Tahrir two years ago. "Gas and alcohol don't mix," the teetotal Muslim engineer told a bemused Berlin audience, his English stilted and tapping the table for emphasis to make a point about road safety. The clip, as mocked by a satirist on prime-time TV, went viral on social media among Egypt's anglophone liberal elite. When the show's host Bassem Youssef, who revels in being "Egypt's Jon Stewart", was hauled in for questioning for insulting the president, the joke just grew.

When someone first wrote "Egypt and Mursi don't mix!" on a placard, the slogan took off; soon millions were in the streets and a beleaguered Mursi was left fuming in rambling speeches about the personal iniquities heaped on him by the media. Samer Shehata, an expert on Islamist Arab politics at Oklahoma University, summed up the dilemma Mursi's fate has exposed in Egypt, where liberals are celebrating the military toppling a democratically elected leader: "Its politics are dominated by democrats who are not liberals and liberals who are not democrats," Shehata wrote in the New York Times.

MISTAKES

Mursi and his allies in the Brotherhood's Guidance Council - Egypt's liberals called them his puppeteers - also made mistakes: "He has been a disastrous leader," Shehata said. "Divisive, incompetent, heavy-handed and deaf to wide segments of Egyptian society who do not share his Islamist vision." Broken promises on the economy in particular, where people have suffered shrinking real incomes and lengthening lines for fuel, widened the appeal of a protest movement rooted in a liberal opposition that repeatedly lost elections to Islamists. "Mursi has alienated the other forces, he didn't handle the economy well and he made many enemies - in the courts, in the army, the police, the media," said Khalil al-Anani, a senior fellow at Washington's Middle East Institute currently in Cairo.

Highlighting the "media warfare", he added: "He was fighting on many fronts at the same time and that is always a very bad political tactic. He united the opposition against him." As hopes for consensus faded, Mursi ploughed on regardless, casting his opponents as bad losers who spurned his outstretched hand. His allies, meanwhile, were whittled down to Islamists at the extreme religious right.

Mursi defended his legitimacy as an elected leader in a keynote speech last week before an invited audience of cheering supporters, after a first warning from the army to embrace his opponents. Broadcast live on national television for nearly three hours, it was a mark of a stubborn failure to understand how to communicate beyond the Brotherhood's electoral base. "He knows his primary audience is not opposition supporters or secular-minded urbanites," the International Crisis Group's Yasser El-Shimy said of Mursi's attempt at a new, folksy style.

ISOLATION

Mursi, 61, is a civil engineer and lecturer with a doctorate from the University of Southern California. He was raised in a poor farming village a two-hour drive north of Cairo. Thrust into the presidential race when the Brotherhood's first-choice candidate was disqualified, he was dismissed at first as the "spare tyre" but did in time grow in confidence. The novice president stunned Egyptians in August when he sacked Hosni Mubarak's defence minister, a move that drew grudging respect from some critics, even in the liberal camp.

Visits to China and Iran set a new tone for Egypt's foreign policy. Brokering an end to a short war between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas won him kudos from Washington and reassured the West that Islamist rule would not end a regional order underpinned by Egypt's 1979 peace treaty with Israel. Yet no sooner had Mursi helped settle that international conflict than he set off another one at home. A decree allowed the Islamists to complete a constitution free of the risk of legal challenges. Mursi then put the controversial text to referendum, ignoring violent protests. He won, but at a high cost.

As his circle of friends tightened to the likes of the former armed jihadists of al-Gamaa al-Islamiya, Mursi found it ever harder to convince critics they could trust him. Worried about alienating hardliners with his outreach to Shi'ite Iran, last month he joined a gathering of sectarian Sunni radicals calling for holy war in Syria - a move that may have fatally undermined the loyalty of Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the pious, U.S.-trained general Mursi made head of the armed forces.

Adventurism abroad and economic mismanagement at home fueled opposition with the military and the wider public, said Imad El-Anis, at Nottingham Trent University. But, most importantly, Mursi "understood democracy as only being about elections". He simply ignored tens of millions who did not vote for him.

This week, General Sisi listened to them and agreed with the jokers. Mursi and Egypt simply did not mix, he decreed. (Editing by Peter Graff and Giles Elgood)

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1. Kegagalan merangkul seluruh komponen bangsa.
2. Program ekonomi yang buruk.

Why Egyptians Are So Unhappy With Morsi, in One Chart

Quote:As Egypt's military and opposition groups prepare to oust President Mohammed Morsi, it's worth taking a look at just why so many Egyptians think a new leader, a military coup -- anything really -- would be better than the president they democratically elected just a year ago.

When Morsi came into office last year, he laid out a plan for the nation that included some 64 distinct "promises." Just six hours after announcing his roadmap, an Egyptian entrepreneur named Abbas Adel Ibrahim launched the "Morsi meter," a site that aimed to track progress on the new president's commitments for his first 100 days in office. (It took a cue from Politifact.com's Obameter). Since then, millions of people have checked back to follow the new leader's progress.

Suffice it to say, the Meter does not reflect well on Morsi:



According to the site, he's only achieved 10 of the 64 promises, most notably failing to make progress on the nation's chronic security issues and fuel shortages.

The Democracy Report

"The country doesn't have money, so the country doesn't have gas," as one Cairo taxi driver put it to Al-Monitor, "while staring in frustration at a downtown traffic jam of cars haphazardly lined up near a gas station." In the site's 100-day report, it noted that pluralities of visitors to the site said there had been "no improvement" in any of the five categories the Meter tracked. Earlier this year, the Washington Post detailed some of the on-the-ground impacts of these failures:

Piles of garbage continue to line some streets of the capital. Strikes over wages and overdue benefits have halted some public-sector services, particularly in Egypt's woefully underfunded hospitals. One man even filed a police report against Morsi for failing to implement all of his 100-day promises, according to the Egypt Independent, an English-language daily.


Morsi of course inherited an economy and political situation that would have been tough for any new president to remedy. Public security nose-dived after the 2011 revolution, and the nation saw upticks in murder, theft, and sexual harassment. Meanwhile, 40 percent of Egyptians live in poverty and, with the country drowning in debt, Morsi failed to make the spending cuts necessary to obtain an IMF rescue loan.

The economy is a big reason for Egyptians' disgruntlement, but it's not the only one: Minority and opposition groups in December protested the country's new draft constitution, which they said put too much power in the hands of Islamist groups. More recently, he's been criticized for kracking down on dissenters like Bassem Youssef , a comedian who lampoons the ruling Muslim Brotherhood on an evening "Daily Show"-style program.

Surprisingly, even the country's hard-line Islamists, who are more closely aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood than the country's secular opposition, think Morsi's not doing a sufficient job -- of moving the country in a more dogmatic direction.

In April, a telephone survey found that Morsi had a 45 percent disapproval rating. And as Morsi is discovering, Egyptians tend to voice their disapproval in the streets.

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3. Mursi tidak mampu menepati janji politiknya.
4. Kelangkaan bahan bakar.
5. Keamanan publik yang merosot drastis sejak 2011 tidak mampu diatasi.
6. Bahkan muslim keras berpendapat Mursi kurang teguh untuk mengarahkan Mesir sesuai dogma.
Raja Saudi dikabarkan mengucapkan selamat kepada pemimpin sementara Mesir.
sama persis dengan sby-meter tuh gan...
ini lengser gara2 ga ada dukungan militer juga ya?

bukan orang militer yah mursi ini?
alasan ke 3
terlalu membahayakan kepentingan trio wek wek

US-Israel-Iran

presiden sipil dinegara yang baru belajar demokrasi...
Quote:Original Posted By arestaputra
alasan ke 3
terlalu membahayakan kepentingan trio wek wek

US-Israel-Iran



US-Israel:
1. Mursi tetap menghormati perjanjian Camp David. bahkan Mursi tetap mempertahankan kehadiran militer yang minim di Sinai.
2. Mursi membantu pengembalian personel IDF yang ditawan Hamas IDF.
3. Mursi tetap melakukan penjagaan bersama Israel di pintu perlintasan Rafah.

Iran:
1. Iran menempatkan dubesnya di Mesir untuk pertamakalinya sejak Revolusi 1979.
2. Mursi melakukan lawatan kenegaraan ke Teheran pada 2012. --> pertama sejak 1979
3. Mursi menerima kunjungan kenegaraan Ahmadinejad pada awal 2013. --> pertama sejak 1979
dilihat aja perkembangannya kedepannya kayak apa, semoga aja lebih baik...
Quote:Original Posted By Zahin
Raja Saudi dikabarkan mengucapkan selamat kepada pemimpin sementara Mesir.

Ikhwanul Muslimin dikhianati wahabi
Quote:Original Posted By uncoolfacebigot


US-Israel:
1. Mursi tetap menghormati perjanjian Camp David. bahkan Mursi tetap mempertahankan kehadiran militer yang minim di Sinai.
2. Mursi membantu pengembalian personel IDF yang ditawan Hamas IDF.
3. Mursi tetap melakukan penjagaan bersama Israel di pintu perlintasan Rafah.

Iran:
1. Iran menempatkan dubesnya di Mesir untuk pertamakalinya sejak Revolusi 1979.
2. Mursi melakukan lawatan kenegaraan ke Teheran pada 2012. --> pertama sejak 1979
3. Mursi menerima kunjungan kenegaraan Ahmadinejad pada awal 2013. --> pertama sejak 1979


Pengemar teori konstipasi kecewa, kwweeeekkkk....
Karena politik islam makin tidak diminati.
Quote:Original Posted By uncoolfacebigot


US-Israel:
1. Mursi tetap menghormati perjanjian Camp David. bahkan Mursi tetap mempertahankan kehadiran militer yang minim di Sinai.
2. Mursi membantu pengembalian personel IDF yang ditawan Hamas IDF.
3. Mursi tetap melakukan penjagaan bersama Israel di pintu perlintasan Rafah.

Iran:
1. Iran menempatkan dubesnya di Mesir untuk pertamakalinya sejak Revolusi 1979.
2. Mursi melakukan lawatan kenegaraan ke Teheran pada 2012. --> pertama sejak 1979
3. Mursi menerima kunjungan kenegaraan Ahmadinejad pada awal 2013. --> pertama sejak 1979


Bener Gan. Kader sapi memang paling tolol sedunia. Jelas2 Iran lah yang paling mendukung Mursi. Arab Saudi yang mengucapkan selamat atas tergulingnya Mursi. Dan AS yang "kecewa" dengan kudeta militer dan meminta pemerintah sipil secepatnya dikembalikan. Israel? Apanya kebijakan Mursi yang merugikan mereka?
Kader Sapi, udah jual Tuhan, jual agama, jual penderitaan Palestina, sekarang jual penderitaan rakyat Mesir di bawah kepemimpinan Mursi yang salah urus.
Quote:Original Posted By Grasshopper2012

Ikhwanul Muslimin dikhianati wahabi


Digencet Liberalis, Sekularis, Koptik, Sosialis di sebelah kiri dan militer, nasionalis, salafis dan Gamaa Islamiya yang garis keras di kanan.

Kesimpulan: IM ga bijak, ga bisa rangkul golongan lain, termasuk golongan Islamis lain.
katanya PKS lagi sedih gan, denger kabar itu
Adventurism abroad and economic mismanagement at home fueled opposition with the military and the wider public, said Imad El-Anis, at Nottingham Trent University. But, most importantly, Mursi "understood democracy as only being about elections". He simply ignored tens of millions who did not vote for him.

Critical point
Quote:Original Posted By cyber-shot


Bener Gan. Kader sapi memang paling tolol sedunia. Jelas2 Iran lah yang paling mendukung Mursi. Arab Saudi yang mengucapkan selamat atas tergulingnya Mursi. Dan AS yang "kecewa" dengan kudeta militer dan meminta pemerintah sipil secepatnya dikembalikan. Israel? Apanya kebijakan Mursi yang merugikan mereka?
Kader Sapi, udah jual Tuhan, jual agama, jual penderitaan Palestina, sekarang jual penderitaan rakyat Mesir di bawah kepemimpinan Mursi yang salah urus.


Jual sapi beli kerang bulu Puthsun aja ngk usah repot2 urusin luar negeri
Quote:Original Posted By setsunaflare
Adventurism abroad and economic mismanagement at home fueled opposition with the military and the wider public, said Imad El-Anis, at Nottingham Trent University. But, most importantly, Mursi "understood democracy as only being about elections". He simply ignored tens of millions who did not vote for him.

Critical point


Seperti para kader Sapi, dikira demokrasi cuma sekedar mayoritas di DPR?
Sekalipun peragu, perhatikan tuh SBY, jelas2 nguasai 70% DPR, tapi hati2 mo naikin bbm. Lihat tuh DPRD DKI, Jokowi-Ahok ga sampai 30%, tapi mereka ga mau duel langsung dengan Gubernur DKI, paling banter cuma mengganggu. Di atas lembaga DPR dan pemilu, masih ada yang lebih legitimate lagi, ya rakyat itu langsung. Kalau rakyat marah, jangankan DPR, konstitusi pun bisa diganti!
Quote:Setahun Memimpin Mesir, Presiden Morsi Dimakzulkan
Mosleminfo, Kairo – Mulai hari ini Rabu (3/7), DR. Mohammad Morsi diberhentikan dari jabatannya sebagai Presiden Mesir. Keputusan ini diambil setelah diadakan rapat pleno oleh Dewan Militer Mesir (Abd Fattah Al-Sisi), Grand Syaikh Al-Azhar (Prof. Dr. Ahmad Thayyib), Pemimpin Kristen Koptik (Paus Thawrous), Pihak Oposisi (Muhammad Baradei), Perwakilan Partai Salafi An-Nur dan para tokoh serta aktivis negara.

Sebagaimana yang dilansir Al-Jazeera, keputusan ini dinilai sebagai jalan keluar yang tepat untuk meredam perpecahan, mencegah pertumpahan darah dan perang saudara antar rakyat Mesir. Abd Fattah Al-Sisi mengumumkan: Pembekuan sementara undang-undang Konstitusi, Pemberhentian Presiden Morsi, Menunjuk ketua Mahkamah Agung Adli Mahmud Manshur sebagai pimpinan negara sementara, Melantik dan menyumpah Ketua Mahkamah Agung sebagai pimpinan negara sementara hingga dilaksanakan pemilu parlemen dan presiden, Pembentukan dan penyusunan kembali pemerintahan, dan mengajak segala elemen masyarakat untuk tidak bertindak anarkis.

Grand Syaikh Al-Azhar, Prof. Dr. Ahmad Thayyib dalam pidato singkatnya yang disiarkan oleh berbagai kanal televisi Mesir, beliau menyatakan, “Mesir menghadapi dua hal yang mana di antara keduanya yang paling manis terasa pahit. Ini merupakan keputusan yang paling tepat yang harus diambil dan diputuskan. Sebab keputusan inilah yang bisa meredam gejolak kemarahan warga Mesir, mencegah pertumpahan darah dan perang saudara antar rakyat Mesir. Dalam agama –Islam- kita harus mengedepankan dan memilih untuk mencegah kemudharatan yang lebih parah. Semoga keputusan ini melegakan kita warga Mesir untuk bisa hidup dalam satu tanah air dan minum satu sumber mata air sungai Nil.”

Dalam wawancara via telepon dengan Nile TV, DR. Abdullah An-Najar, anggota Dewan Komite Riset dan Studi Islam Al-Azhar mengusulkan agar lembaran hitam rezim Ikhwanul Muslimin dihapus dari sejarah Mesir dan memulainya dengan lembaran baru karena Ikhwanul Muslimin telah mengerdilkan banyak pihak termasuk Al-Azhar.

DR. Muhamad Imarah dalam kesempatan yang sama menguatkan, “Ini kudeta rakyat bukan kudeta Militer. Keputusan Militer tercipta lantaran suara rakyat. Militer adalah perangkat rakyat dan rakyat sumber keputusan Militer.”

Di lain tempat, DR. Ahmad Umar Hashim, anggota Dewan Ulama Senior dalam acara 90 menit yang ditayangkan kanal televisi lokal Mesir. Muhawwir memuji langkah Dewan Militer yang menyelamatkan Mesir dari pertumpahan darah dan perang saudara. Beliau juga menegaskan bahwa langkah yang ditempuh oleh Dewan Militer bertujuan untuk keamanan negara.

Melalui akun Facebook resminya, Grand Mufti Mesir, DR. Syauqi Alam menyambut baik keputusan Dewan Militer. Menurutnya Dewan Militer telah mengambil keputusan yang tepat dengan mencegah pertumpahan darah dan perang saudara. Lembaga Fatwa Mesir juga mengajak rakyat Mesir pada persatuan dan kesatuan untuk membangun dan memperbaiki bangsa ini.
Quote:Original Posted By cyber-shot
Digencet Liberalis, Sekularis, Koptik, Sosialis di sebelah kiri dan militer, nasionalis, salafis dan Gamaa Islamiya yang garis keras di kanan.

Kesimpulan: IM ga bijak, ga bisa rangkul golongan lain, termasuk golongan Islamis lain.


Kalu Mursi mau langgeng setidaknya 2-3 tahun, dia kudunya nggak konsentrasi ke power grab. Kassi konstitusi sementara yang nggak bikin puas siapapun, kassi pemilu khusus u/ membentuk konstituante.

Prestasi Mursi u/ diplomasi lumayan kok. Soal ekonomi mah udah nasib.

Quote:Original Posted By cyber-shot
Kalau rakyat marah, jangankan DPR, konstitusi pun bisa diganti!


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