And What If The Military Really Was To Fall?chant chant, general name for one-voiced, unaccompanied, liturgical music. Usually it refers to the liturgical melodies of the Byzantine, Russian Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Anglican churches and is analogous to cantillation in Jewish liturgical music, Qur'anic chanting "Down, Down with the Rule of the Military" seems attractive to those who are passionate and refuse to be ruled by the army, those who have detected the mistakes committed by the Military Council in managing the country's affairs, those who have reservations on the performance of the members of the Council or even on the way they speak, those who are angry at the fact that people are falling dead or wounded at every clash or incident, those who harbor doubts over the intentions of the military, or those who consider that the members of the Military Council are after power, even if indirectly. Similarly, secular forces consider the behavior and the policies of the Military Council to have been behind the Islamists' crushing victory at the parliamentary elections, their own exclusion from the scene or the ability to influence it, and the repercussions repercussions npl → répercussions fpl
repercussions npl → Auswirkungen pl that followed regarding the issue of the constitution. The fears of the Liberals that such an experience could be repeated in the presidential elections therefore remain justified. When they would chant "Down, Down with the Rule of the Military", the Islamists would oppose them, and in fact would often accuse ac·cuse
v. ac·cused, ac·cus·ing, ac·cus·es
1. To charge with a shortcoming or error.
2. To charge formally with a wrongdoing.
v.intr. them of working to overthrow the state. And then the time came when the Islamists chanted chant
a. A short, simple series of syllables or words that are sung on or intoned to the same note or a limited range of notes.
b. A canticle or prayer sung or intoned in this manner.
c. that same chant, after they had clashed with the military without admitting that they had been mistaken from the start. And why would they admit to their mistakes, when they had simply never seen any of the secular forces admit that they had made a mistake or a misestimation mis·es·ti·mate
tr.v. mis·es·ti·mat·ed, mis·es·ti·mat·ing, mis·es·ti·mates
To estimate incorrectly.
mis·es ? In spite of this, none of the prominent figures of the Revolution, political forces or the elites ever asked themselves the question: what would come after the rule of the militaryC* if it was to fall? Indeed, the transitional period has reflected extreme political aberration and insistence by political forces on monopoly and on excluding others, to such an extent that agreeing on the formation of a committee that would take charge of drafting the constitution has become an unattainable dream!!! Will those same forces agree on how to transfer power to a civilian administration? Indeed, the experience of all these forces during the transitional period portends no good, and shows that the fall or departure of the military from power would be followed by immature immature /im·ma·ture/ (im?ah-chldbomacr´) unripe or not fully developed.
Not fully grown or developed.
unripe or not fully developed. behavior on the part of the forces active on the scene, and in fact the feeling prevails that a struggle for power would emerge and that certain forces would seek to replace the military!! Yesterday the People's Assembly People's Assembly refers to various legislative bodies:
- Albania – People's Assembly
- Algeria – National People's Assembly
- Burma – People's Assembly
- Egypt – People's Assembly of Egypt
- North Korea – Supreme People's Assembly
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|Publication:||Dar Al Hayat, International ed. (Beirut, Lebanon)|
|Date:||May 7, 2012|
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