Current Events in Area of Egypt. The work is to be 2 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.

I will pay for the following article Current Events in Area of Egypt. The work is to be 2 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.

Mubarak is the president of Egypt who has ruled for a long time since 1981 up to the year 2011. The protest in Egypt was meant to throw the regime of Mubarak because he has made Egypt poor and stole the fortune of Egypt. The British Journals reveal that Mubarak and his family escaped with around 70 billion dollars to the United States, France, Dubai, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom (Podeh and Winckler, 2004). They also sold gasoline at 25 percent of market price to Israel, which is considered the enemy nation for Egyptians.

This made many Arab nations to hate Egypt and made the country a police nation where internal inelegance could arrest, kill, or abuse anyone. Egypt has adequate resources, a big military, and a smart labor force as well as a high population of more than 90 million people. thus a threat to Israel, which has been their enemy for a long period. Although the two nations signed for the peace agreement, it was seen as the advantage taken over Mubarak because he does not care about human rights and the democratic rights of Egyptians.

Therefore, the civil revolution made against the regime of Mubarak whereby people utilized social media services and networking sites aimed to build a new revolution in Egypt. The political turmoil in Egypt has paralyzed the government’s efforts in addressing the problems affecting citizens. thus contributing to economic deterioration. Egypt is one of the nations with a rapid population growth rate and the limited arable lands have significantly restrained the nation’s resources. However, the increased political crisis that led to protests and labor strikes affected the stability of the nation (Khalil, 2012).

The economy of Egypt depends heavily on agricultural activities, tourism, and cash remittances from the Egyptians working in outside countries mainly in the Gulf and Saudi Arabian nations. However, political events have created instability in the nation thus impacting tourism and agricultural activities.The transition in democracy has been anything but rather pitched from one crisis to another. thus worsening the stability of the nation. After the revolution of 2011, Egypt was divided into three camps such as the military group, the Muslimism brotherhood, and those who supported the regime of Mubarak (Ghonim, 2012).