AWR's Managing Director Hānī Labīb writes an opinion article in Rose al-Yūsuf magazine that talks about a civil state.
A few years ago, a lot of Egyptian political powers were demanding a civil state, but now after the change of the regime the demands for the civil state have become verbal only; nobody has the will to pay the cost of reaching a civil state.
One of the proofs lies in how, even up until now, sectarian tension are dealt with through conciliatory meetings. Another is the promotion for a religious state by the media when they compete to interview political Islam leaders, especially those who were recently released from prison.
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