This manuscript begun in Cairo, the writer has been captured and copied, half finished, on a USB key. "I [the] hiding in my toilet kit, between the toothpaste and the shaving cream" , says Alaa El Aswany. He left his Egyptian home, constantly threatened by the power, to exile in new york. "On a global scale, the victims of the dictatorship are more numerous than those of any disease," observed the dentist, the most famous of Egypt.
In The Syndrome of the dictatorship , in a form that is rigorous, the writer lists a host of situations symptomatic that, in these t...Article reserved to subscribers
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