Can There be Shared Power in Egypt?

Jun 28, 2012
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"I don't fear the Brotherhood as much as I question its competency" says Aaron David Miller on NPR's Morning Edition. "The question here is not that the Islamists can't govern. We've seen these govern very effectively in Turkey. We've seen them govern effectively in Indonesia. Their legitimacy must be tied, ultimately, to whether or not they can deliver: deliver good governance, deliver accountability, transparency, and deliver the reality that they are, in fact, prepared to share power."