I am not an expert, only a fellow GRE test-taker.
The introduction seems well written, however the second to last sentence would be more convincing if it ends with a declaration, not a question especially because you are leading to your main point. I feel like you should be a little more affirmative here.
First body paragraph is not concise, it is extremely convoluted. There are multiply ideas, each one of which could take up their own paragraph. You bring up the government's role to its citizens, opposing parties within the government, protests, media outlets taking advantage of chaos. All of which within a few short sentences. Try to stick to one idea per paragraph, and elaborate on it.
The second body paragraph contradicts your thesis. You want to bring up one positive about the opposing argument, and quickly explain why it's not as important as your argument. You should not take up an entire paragraph explaining to me (the reader) why your stance is flawed.
The conclusion is pretty good.
Try to spare a few minutes for revising your essay because, as is, the essay does not flow properly due to grammatical errors. It's okay to make a few mistakes, but the amount here impedes understanding.
I am not an expert, but I do hope my feedback can help a little.