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Constitutionalism, Human Rights, and Islam after the Arab Spring by Grote, Rainer; Röder, Tilmann J (22nd August 2016)

Part 3 What Kind of Government: Civilian or Military?, 3.1 State Control over the Military or Military Control over the State?: A Comparison of Selected Arab Constitutions

Tilmann J. Röder

From: Constitutionalism, Human Rights, and Islam after the Arab Spring

Rainer Grote, Tilmann J. Röder

From: Oxford Constitutions (http://oxcon.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 10 December 2018

The Arab Spring brought the armed forces of all regional countries back to the center of attention. The call for a dawlah madanīyah or “civil state” in the streets, media, and politics clearly challenged the military character of many of the then-existing regimes. 1 At the turn of the year 2010/2011, Libya was still firmly under the control of Colonel Muʿammar al-Qadhdhāfī, who had overthrown King Idrīs in 1969 and continued to use his military rank like a title until his death. Ḥusnī Mubārak had served as Commander of the Egyptian Air Force before he became Anwar...
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