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Two years on: Has Egypt changed for the better?

January 25th, 2013
11:48 PM ET

Two years after the start of the protests which led to the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak, Egyptian blogger Gigi Ibrahim and Mohamad Elmasry, a professor at the American University in Cairo, debate how much progress has been made.

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Filed under:  Arab Spring • Egypt • Video
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  1. maria

    GIGI > are you serious? Rome was not built in a day, have you heard of that? Whoever won the presidency it will take them years to fix Egypt as the last government let it run down completely. Secondly Egypt needs funds, how can they even start without the money that is badly needed, give them time, give them their 4 or 3 years and if nothing has been started then get rid of them. But what you suggest that he is guilty of the killings and kaos that is an outright lie and the west dont believe it.

    February 1, 2013 at 1:50 am | Reply

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