Why are some egyptians against Abdel Fattah el Sisi


    Why are some egyptians against Abdel Fattah el Sisi

  • 1 They believe the old regime is back

    Many Egyptians believe that the faces have changed but the regime has remained the same. Many people believe that El-Sisi is another face of president Hosni Mubarak.

  • 2 Police violence

    Many Egyptians believe that police violence is the same and that the Ministry of Interior is still doing the bad things it used to do in the pre-25 January era. See why the 25-jan revolution happened.

  • 3 They think he is against 25-Jan

    Many Egyptians believe that Abdel Fatah El-Sisi is against the 25th of January revolution, even though he claims to be one of its supporters.

  • 4 They belong to the Muslim Brotherhood

    People who belong to the Muslim Brotherhood and the ones who support them believe that El-Sisi ousted the legally elected president.

  • 5 Violation of human rights

    Many Egyptians believe that the violation of human rights during El-Sisi's era has reached a new peak.

  • 6 No freedom of speech

    Many people are unhappy with the fact that so many people got arrested for stating their political opinions. See also why many Egyptians support El-sisi.

  • 7 Bad economy

    Many Egyptians are unhappy with the economic situation and the deteriorating Egyptian pound. See why some Egyptians love Hosni Mubarak.

  • 8 No changes seen

    Many people are unhappy with the fact that no visible changes have been noticed during the rule of El-Sisi.

  • 9 They see it as a military rule

    Some people believe that El-Sisi's rule is a military one that empowers military soldiers and police officials over everyone else.

  • 10 Mubarak's men were set free

    Many people were unhappy with the fact that Hosni Mubarak and his men were set free and were freed from all charges that were against them.

  • 11 Political murders and imprisoning

    Many people believe that El-Sisi is directly responsible for the large number of political prisoners, the ones who were killed by the police for political reasons and the ones who suddenly disappeared after expressing their political opinion.

  • 12 Poor management

    Many Egyptians are unhappy with the overall way the country is being run and they believe that someone else could do the job in a better way.