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Egypt

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Transcript of Egypt

History
COUP D'ETAT
EGYPT PROBLEM NOW A DAYS
TIMELINE
Egypt
Geography
Physical map:
History
Economy
Economical index
Population data

GDP: 255,199,000
GDP per capita: 3,110

Total imports: 66,666,450,000 $
Total exports: 28,779,410,000 $

Negative balance of trade


External debt:

Around 38,000,000,000 $

HDI: 0,682

HDI classification 110
LEDC
82,006,000 inhabitants
Ethnic groups



The official religion is Islam with over 95%. The remainders are mainly Coptic Christians.

Adult literacy rate
(+15)
71.2 years life expectancy
And infant mortality rate (per 1000) is 19
Age distribution
Different religions in the country
In this country it is a political instability and severe economic crisis. There are lot of protests against the president, that has lost a lot of followers because of the changes that he established in the last mandate. Now only a few people is agree with him and the rest asked to repeat election.
Peace proposal

642
Arabs conquest Egypt.
969
Cairo, Egypt capital.
Possible causes of the conflict
The country isn’t in a very good situation, there is a crisis, Egypt has been in a dictatorship and as a result he inhabitants are protesting to have a democracy. So at the end, this causes a conflict. The possible causes of the problem could be:

The dictatorship in the past and the consequence of the coup d’etat and the division of the country causing a war
The invasion of the past could have been a reason for the bad economical situation
The political instability might be another cause

Advice not to...
Quit, to continue struggling for a democracy
Control the new government with international missions.
UN takes the control of the country, and revising what the government do to avoid a new coup d'etat and to solve the economic crisis
Peace
Economy
Population data
1517
Turkish Ottoman empire.
1798
Napoleon Bonaparte's forces invasion.
THE ARMY OF EGYPT
Definition:
a sudden and decisive action in politics, especially one resulting in a change of government illegally or by force.
This happen in 2013 in Egypt and is one of the causes of the Egypt war.
COUP D'ETAT
DICTATORSHIP
TERRORISM
WEALTH
1882-1914
The invasion of the British .
Finally Egypt becomes from Britain.
1922
Egypt independence.
1948
Egypt, Iraq, Jordan and Syria attacks.
1949
They overthrow corrupt monarchy.
1952
At least 20 people are killed in anti-British riots in Cairo.
1953
The republic of Egypt .
Evacuation Treaty signed.
1954
1961-1966
1956
Invasion of Egypt by Britain, France and Israel.
President Nasser adopts socialist policies.
1967
Egypt expels UN buffer forces from Sinai and closes the Straits of Tiran to Israeli ships.
CONCLUSION
Egypt has recibed a lot of colonizations, wars, different dictatorships... and because of that is a underdeveloped country .
1967-1873
Egypt negotiations for the return of Sinai.
Egypt and Syria in war with Israel for get back their lands.
1992-1997
The islamic groups attacks the government during 5 years.
2005
Important referendum.
Lots of people die because of the terrorists.
2011
The manifestations against the government.
The president to prison.
The army attack to the protestants.
The army of Egypt is the largest one in Africa. Has a total of 1,468,500;

468,500 of personnel and 1,000,000 reservists.
http://mapmaker.education.nationalgeographic.com/eiUVR2AjZiBQyrnElyfR9h/

Political map:
http://mapmaker.education.nationalgeographic.com/d7HtB3T6He9TZgLgTT5b6g/
Active population 39%

The unemployment rate is 13 %

Child labour is 7%
Population divided in sectors
Agriculture work the 32% of the labour force and is the most important sector.
In industry 17% of employment.
And in services the 51%
Urban and rural distribution
Rural - 56.19%
Urban - 43.81%
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