Egypt’s revolution brings little to underdeveloped Sinai
13 December 2013
(IRIN Middle East) -
Nearly three years after a revolution that was meant to bring bread and dignity to Egyptians, the people of Sinai are still lacking both. Analysts have always said development of Egypt’s long-neglected Sinai Peninsula depended on political reform that, years ago, seemed an impossible dream. But even after the uprising that threw out the old political order, Sinai residents complain that their situation has only gotten worse.