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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Maha Azzam
"I don't think there is any desire [for a dictatorship]; that is a nonsensical statement on the part of opponents," said Maha Azzam, associate fellow at the Middle East and North Africa program at London-based think tank Chatham House. "[Mr. Morsi] wanted to stop the dissolution of the assembly charged with writing the new constitution. … There is a strong feeling of the democratic process being stalled by the constitutional [process] being held back."