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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Gamal Abdel-Gawad
Egypt's Islamist president ordered the retirement of the defense minister and chief of staff on Sunday and canceled the military-declared constitutional amendments that granted the top generals wide powers previously reserved for the head of state.
"The question is now will these decisions end that conflict and the duality of powers, or will there be resistance?" said analyst Gamal Abdel-Gawad. "These are huge changes."
"The question is now, will these decisions end that conflict and the duality of powers or will there be resistance?" said analyst Gamal Abdel-Gawad. "These are huge changes."