There was an intensified political and social debate accompanying the revolution of January 25, 2011 over the need to reformulate the Egyptian constitution, and what this means for building new institutions. The author seeks to re-highlight the constitutional history of Egypt from the reality of the political and social situation that accompanied the preparation of the research in the context of the current revolution.
Title: Constitutional History of Egypt: a Reading from the Perspective of the January 2011 Revolution
Author: Muhammad Farhat and Omar Farhat
Series: Al Jazeera Papers
Publisher: Al Jazeera Centre for Studies + Arab Scientific Publishers