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King Farouk of Egypt and the Constitution of 1923: Disentangling the Culprit from the Victim, by Ramses Abul Naga

How we should judge the reign of the late king of Egypt? Rather than go into the details of his private life, Ramses Abul Naga, IMéRA fellow in 2018-2019, suggests in this post to examine his legacy in the light of his rights and obligations, as stipulated by the overarching law that regulated political life in Egypt during the entire period of his tenure – the 1923 Constitution.

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