Evaluation of the 25 January Revolution from the Perspective of Change Management

Noha M. El-khateeb


Although Many people broadly believed that Egyptians were no longer able to rebel or even protest and that Egyptian youth was completely absentminded to stay away from the worries of their country and everything related to mind and politics, the youth of Egypt has undeniably made one of the most significant Egyptian uprisings after 30 years of deadlock and frustration.

The 25 January Revolution publically unveiled the regime's political and economic corruption and guided the people to protest peacefully against a regime that marginalized, ignored and tried intentionally by all means to underestimate their magnificent potential values. Finally, Egyptians made use of their new communication media (social communication tools) to lead a democratic transformation process of a real change that can eventually fulfill a political, economic and social reform for bread, freedom and social justice.

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