From 2011 to 2013, it was easy to predict what might happen in Egypt, since this period was known for the freedom of speech, that made it easy for me in Aug 2013 to predict what might happen in the country in the following years, I was in the street, protesting, supporting, media assist and debating with others with different view in real world and virtual world and that enabled me to predict and foresee what might happen in Egypt's future which is happening now. Check my Aug 2013 post at the following link: http://www.realegypt.info/2013/08/analyzing-big-distorted-and-confusing_18.html
Since the military coup in 2013 and until now, I hardly participated at any protest (hardly any big protest happens) and became very conservative in posting and debating in social media, otherwise I will end behind bars with no trail. Even by writing this post and putting it online, I'm putting my live-in danger, but I feel if I kept my mouse shut, this help in making the current regime be successful.
The following are the reasons, why it's difficult to answer this question now.
1- No freedom of speech. This make it very difficult to talk and debate with random people and activist, so you can figure out the public opinion and predict the people behavior or reaction in the short or the long term.
2- Complete media control, make it difficult to know what is really happening behind the curtains.
3- Corrupted government, tell lies much more they tell facts.
4- International relationships with other countries based on mutual benefits not based on respect for people freedom of speech and democracy.
In think, in future what might affect in the political regime in Egypt, not the internal problems as much as the middle east and international problems. The Middle East already in war. Iran in one side with its allies Assad regime of Syria, Hizb El All of Lebanon and Hawthayoun in Yemen with Russia supporting this group. Saudi Arabia on the other side, with USA support. Egypt military leaders swing between both, with no clear policy, or with no policy at all. I think most of the army leaders don't want to get involved in a reginal war, but I assume the president might like to support one side one day or other and get rid of the oppositions in the military council. If that happen, the middle eastern regimes will get exhausted and bankrupted and fail to give the basic needs for their people and this will pave the way for another massive revolution not just in Egypt but in different countries in the middle east.