What type of government does Egypt have today?


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According to the Central Intelligence Agency, Egypt's government is a republic comprised of 27 governorates and a president. The government has been in a somewhat constant state of revision since the citizen-lead revolution of 2011 and the subsequent sporadic riots that have taken place since.

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What type of government does Egypt have today?
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In February of 2014, the government of Egypt resigned amid backlash surrounding government violence toward protesters. Egypt's government, as of March 2014, therefore, was in transition with a definitive outcome unclear. Although things initially seemed hopeful following the 2011 revolution, corruption and conflicts between conservative and liberal Muslims have left the country in a state of disarray for the better part of three years.

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