Or is it part of the problem?
Ousting two successive presidents hasn't made life any easier.
The military-led government don't like any kind of dissent, even if it happened three years ago.
We spoke to one of the stars of our new film 'Egypt: How To Play a Gig in a Revolution".
It was essentially Egypt in microcosm.
The army are cracking down on them, but they've overcome similar struggles before.
The slaughter of Muslim Brotherhood supporters was so brutal it prompted the interim vice president to resign.
The military's interim rule gets bloodier.