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Strife for Independence in an Autocratic Regime: The Egyptian Judges' Club 2000-2007

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This article describes and examines a conflict between the Egyptian Judges' Club and the regime in the years 2000-2007. Due to the Club's special status, this conflict illustrates several developments in today's Egypt: It relates to the state of the judiciary, professional syndicates, national elections and overall state politics. The judges' strife for independence serves as an example of the ways and means of representation, contestation and control in an authoritarian regime.

Affiliations: 1: Bochum

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2010-08-01
2016-12-03

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