The 2011 Arab Spring introduced a new road map for Arab revolutions, as millions took to the streets calling for the overthrow of President Husni Mubarak’s regime, culminating in the ‘25 January Revolution’. Since then, Egypt has been in turmoil, as liberals, Islamists and the army vied for control.

Last week, political developments took a further step towards full circle when a new cabinet was formed, led by Ibrahim Mahlab, the former Housing Minister and senior member of Mubarak’s dissolved National Democratic Party. (CONTINUED - 1074 WORDS)