Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Most Egyptians don't want theocracy

"Four months after the fall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, a new Gallup survey says a majority of Egyptians want religious leaders to advise the nation's officials but they do not want a theocracy. About seven in 10 Egyptians said clerics should advise national leaders on legislation. In comparison, 14 percent said religious leaders should have full authority in creating laws and 9 percent said they should have no authority. The findings, announced Tuesday (June 7), come from the United Arab Emirates-based Abu Dhabi Gallup Center, which monitors attitudes of Muslims worldwide."

1 comment :

CMAR II said...

So actually they DO want a theocracy. This is the Iranian model. Once clerics have an official capacity. They will not be rooted out. There are no checks-and-balances on God.

Why do they need clerics to advice their leaders if they have 85% muslims advising their leaders their leaders through the voting booth.