The Muslim Brotherhood has proven to be the most organized movement associated bith the “Arab Spring.” They have taken over 50% of the seats in the new parliaments in Egypt and Tunisia. In Libya they have done less well getting only a fifth of the votes.
However, the Justice and Construction party, Muslim Brotherhood, in Libya is planning for the next round. They are organizaing for the effort now. Outside Tripoli, the capitol, the Brotherhood is opening offices in many small towns and organizing the vote for the next election.
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi has threatened to take unspecified steps to “protect this nation” after violent demonstrations against his Muslim Brotherhood that the opposition said heralded a crackdown.
In remarks following clashes outside the Brotherhood’s Cairo headquarters on Friday, Mursi warned that “necessary measures” would be taken against anyone shown to be involved in what he described as violence and rioting.
The main problem is that the opposition is so splintered with too many opposition groups and candidates running for elections. No way they can match the Brotherhood organization as they fight among themselves.