When Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi issued an edict according to which the judiciary would henceforth no longer be able to review the government’s actions, the judges – understandably – wanted to protest against this far-reaching usurpation of executive powers.
What sophisticated method of protest did the learned judges devise? Exactly: the judges went on strike.
Dear judges of Egypt: When the head of the executive branch tries to sideline the judiciary, it really won’t impress him much if the judges will stop working. That’s exactly what he wanted! You should work, review and rule more, not less.