Pope Shenouda II once said,”Egypt is not just a country we live in but a country that lives in us.”
Cleopatra is the face of beauty and charm which she used to her advantage when ruling.
Adly Mansour has his focus entirely on how Egypt is being ruled and the safety of the citizens.
Although both Cleopatra and Adly Mansour are both very famous Egyptian rulers, Mansour focuses more on how his country is being ruled.
Cleopatra, along with many other rulers of her time, had a rough family life, along with being queen, and her love life.
Cleopatra’s family was chaotic with her father, and eventually her brother as rulers over Egypt.
Cleopatra’s father died when she was 18 in 51 B.C. …show more content…
Mansour has decided that he will not be running for president again (“Egypt Better Off”).
Cleopatra and Adly Mansour both care deeply about their country.
Cleopatra married/had affairs with two Roman rulers which led Rome and Egypt together (“Cleopatra”).
Mansour runs the country and gains trust from surrounding countries much harder than Cleopatra did (“Egypt Better Off”).
Cleopatra and Mansour are very different in their care about their citizens.
Cleopatra has had many children with other men and is not focused on her own people (“Cleopatra”).
Mansour believes in helping the people and wants to help them (“Old Ways Return”).
Mansour and Cleopatra have differing ways on how they rule their country.
Although Cleopatra and Adly Mansour are both very impactful Egyptian leaders, Mansour focuses more on his country and citizens.
Adly Mansour rules his country by what is best for the people, not by what he wants like Cleopatra does.
Although there were some issues with security when Mansour was president, he was always there for his citizens.
To Conclude, Adly Mansour is a better leader than Cleopatra because he never once left his people to fend for