Often these reforms can turn a Roy economy into Biv too quickly, where g public property is still more efficient than Gb private property. it can also be an Iv-B economy that creates a boom then a bust with extreme winners and losers.
A weak I-O police can be a symptom of the problem as much as a cause, if the countries has dissimilar groups then some might become enough of a majority to corrupt the justice system to favor them instead of being neutral.
But the immediate problem is managing the runaway food and energy subsidies that are now equivalent to about 10 percent of GDP.
R-B people live chaotically on the edge, often subsidies are meant to normalize the costs so Bi-Ro people don't protest. This underlying chaos can lead to Ro protests as in the Arab Spring.