By GEORGE, ALEXANDER L.; McKEOWN, TIMOTHY J.
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The ambivalence of the Western world and the international community as to how the Brotherhood should be defined was the main factor for the lack of a coherent approach by the global actors toward what was occurring in Egypt. In general, it may be argued that the international community disfavors the rule of an Islamic actor in Egypt. In the parliamentary elections held in late 2010, President Hosni Mubarak’s party won 419 seats out of 508; however, election observers noted serious election irregularities.
However, the Baath administration has also viewed political Islam as a major threat because it was considered as a counter and rival ideology that sought to create an Islamic regime and change the status quo. For political Islamist Syrian opposition, Islam is an important political object and a key in the political transformation in the country. However, conservative Muslim circles in Syria have adopted different strands of Islam, ranging from radical Salafism to Sufi tradition. In the pluralist opposition setting in Syria, almost every group views itself as a major actor in the new Syrian political system.
In spite of short-term improvements, domestic war erupted before there were any long-term impacts from the transformation process. The war inevitably affected the economic balance in the country. It must be noted that the economic success achieved in this period is one of the reasons the regime has survived despite its brutality and antidemocratic practices. Some problems in the national economy of Syria include factors that are obstructing the economy from becoming more open over the long term, such as factors restricting foreign trade (customs levies and quotas, declining oil production, high unemployment levels and environmental issues).