The denial of democratic sovereignty which Great Britain imposes upon
Egypt became, last week, once more glaringly apparent.
Prime Minister Abdel Khalek Sarwat Pasha attained the focus of interest
when he recently submitted to party leaders the draft treaty which he
negotiated in London, during King Fuad's visit there (TIME, July 18).
Styled a "Treaty of Alliance," the new pact contains important British
concessions. The trouble is, from an Egyptian point of view, that Prime
Minister Sarwat does not represent the majority party of Egypt, the
indomitable Wafd, once headed by the late famed...
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