The Arab Spring began in Egypt in 2011 with dozens of demonstrations, and has affected the way Egypt is today in political, cultural, security and socio economical ways. The goal of the Arab Spring in Egypt was to remove Hosni Mubarak, who was president back then, and afterwards to establish a democratic Egypt. Afterwards elections has been held, but not all of those have been democratic, and one of the presidents who were chosen by the people lost his power during a military coup. This is just one of the indicators of how Egypt still isn’t a completely democratic country.
This project wants to find out why all the demonstrants have been standing on the Tahrir Plaza and, what motivated them, and how the results of these demonstrations has turned out.
The group has chosen to use Stellan Vinthagens non-violence theory, to look into the methods that the non-violent groups in Egypt protested against Mubarak at first and later Mursi and al-Sisi.
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