Tuesday, 06 August 2013

Tom Eddlem on the Importance of Constitutions (Video)

Written by  The New American Staff

Tom Eddlem speaks on the causes of the current crisis in Egypt, noting that the primary reason for the instability was a faulty constitution that gave Egypt's executive, Mohamed Morsi, too much power. He notes that the U.S. Constitution gives the legislature far more power than the executive, but that the executive has been usurping much of that power lately. This trend needs to be reversed, Eddlem says, or it may lead dictatorship.

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