Will economy cause more chaos in Egypt?

Egyptians gather at a petrol station on July 5, 2014 in Cairo as the government drastically raised fuel prices to tackle a bloated subsidy system. The government raised the price of 92 octane gasoline, which sold at 1.85 pounds ($0.36) a litre, to 2.6 pounds, and 80 octane gas from 0.9 pounds to 1.6 pounds a litre, in a potentially unpopular move that might blow back on newly elected President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. AFP PHOTO / MAHMOUD KHALEDMAHMOUD KHALED/AFP/Getty Images
Egyptians gather at a petrol station on July 5, 2014 in Cairo as the government drastically raised fuel prices to tackle a bloated subsidy system. The government raised the price of 92 octane gasoline, which sold at 1.85 pounds ($0.36) a litre, to 2.6 pounds, and 80 octane gas from 0.9 pounds to 1.6 pounds a litre, in a potentially unpopular move that might blow back on newly elected President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. AFP PHOTO / MAHMOUD KHALEDMAHMOUD KHALED/AFP/Getty Images

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Egypt's struggling economy continues to be a source of frustration for many citizens. CNN's Ian Lee reports from Cairo.